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It was pouring when we left. Good thing Herb and Marsha suggested that we have Danny pick us up at 7:45 instead of 8:15. Once we got the the Knopps, to pick them up Danny took back streets and the Expressway was moving again as it was after 9. Our flights were good and we arrived in Spokane, retrieved our luggage and picked up our rental vehicle (an 11 passenger van - we needed the space for luggage and camera equipment). The guy Hertz suggested his favorite restaurant, Anthony's, ...
... was waiting for us with a bouquet for each of us. We then drove my daughter back to Manhattan were she lives. Then we head home in traffic. I figured it as 30 hours between the time I left the hotel until I got home! I will never do such a long flight again.
When I was talking to Jilli the nurse on the ferry she had said," You have RA and live in NY- in that cold?" I told her I was used to it. Yet as soon as I went out ...
... somebody with a wheelchair to get me to the plane. I told him I could do it but he talked me into it since it was much further than I expected. For the first time ever a flight attendant took my carry on to my seat and put it in the overhead bin for me. Our seats were in row 55. When I first got them assigned I thought they were too far back but coach starts with row 45. The only thing wrong with our seats was that they were too ...
Day 10 Centurion International Gymnastic Meet 2014
Day 11 Centurion International Gymnastic Meet 2014
Day 12 Private tour Johannesburg
Day 13 Cape Town, Abbey Manor Guest House
Day 14 Private Morning tour of Cape Town, and Table Mountain,
Robbens Island tour
Day 15 Full Day private tour Cape Point and Penninsular
Day 16 At Leisure
Day 17 Leave Cape Town
Day 18 Return New York, JFK
... the world in the recent past,
Burma—now known as Myanmar—remains a magical destination, yet one
shrouded in mystery. When you visit Burma with OAT, you will watch the
sun glinting off a 2,500-year-old temple clad in 60 tons of pure gold in
Rangoon … witness “one-leg” rowers casting fishing nets and farmers
tending to floating gardens on Inle Lake … see a procession of ...