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... having some kind of episode. Try to deflate it as quickly as possible and move on. I am learning this but have yet to follow my own suggestion...I leave that to Adam.
3 - Travel with a professional masseuse. (If not possible train all the kids in the art of massage and threaten lack of ice cream/coke/candy if they do not rub you down!)
4 - Food is VERY important. Carry snacks at all times and drinks and try to know where dinner will ...
... well as a very good Shepard's pie. Add Dublin Square to your Irish pub stops - along with McGurk's in St. Louis. Well I'm going to head back and get some much needed sleep - tomorrow I'll check into the Hilton then go welcome Karen to SD. The Way point clocked in at 3,055 miles in 8 days (but only 6 days of actual riding. I took off Monday in St. Louis and Wednesday and Thursday in New Orleans. Most importantly the Bike has performed very well in difficult ...
In the couple of days leading up to the wedding, we got to know a few of the friends and family who had gathered for the ceremony.
Thursday Ben had organised tickets for any interested parties to go to a baseball game in down
town San Diego. So we all went by train and trolley as they call the trams, to the stadium.
It was an interesting experience but not very fast moving. The best part was ...
... br> The next night was much tamer. We went to Tania's parents house for a home-cooked dinner that was friggin amazing. I have no idea how Tania looks as good as she does when she grew up with food like this. If that's how I grew up I'd've been 300lbs....oh, wait. We rolled ourselves home and had a pretty relaxed night (and another 2L bottle of vodka).
The next day I said adios to Mark and Tania and headed ...
After a half decent sleep and another meh breakfast, it was off to San Diego and the San Diego Zoo Safari Park, which is actually about 45 min outside the city. It took us maybe 75 min or so to get there from Anaheim...and we got an early start, arriving around 10:30 or so. I figured we'd spend maybe 4-5 hours there so we could find our digs in San Diego...well, it turned out longer then that.
I'm always a little torn ...
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