Green Turtle Floating Bed And Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... going to be a trip to remember...for the best, of course!
I have to share with you something a friend said to me this morning. She said that traveling was a blessing. So profoundly said! While I know people who prefer the familiar to the road less traveled - at least it is from their perspective - I've always wanted to see and experience for myself what the places I see in movies and read about in books feel ...
... top floor, we can get quite a view of the city.
By this time it was after 7pm and we had only eaten nuts and dried fruit since breakfast. We decided to walk up the road to find somewhere to eat. Many of the restaurants were quite expensive – with mains being close to $40 (US) but eventfully we found an Irish pub called McGreevy’s showing Monday night football. This seemed reasonable and we sat down ...
Ah. Packing. Leaving town. Last day in New York. Early start again as usual. We waited inside the hotel for about twenty minutes before the shuttle bus arrived. But when we got there we were on our way to JFK airport to pick up our hire car. It was about a 1 and a half drive from the hotel to the airport but it didn't fell like it. We got there and had to wait even more for the line ...
... but, maybe fortunately, it was already closed for the day. We finished up by taking a train back to where we'd left the cars.
By the time we got back, we were all tired. Fortunately, April planned ahead and some yummy pulled pork was waiting for us. After we ate it was time to pack up a bit and go to bed at a decent time to prepare for our drive to New York.
Miles driven to date: 3218
... it is the Thursday before your Wednesday appt at the Consulate of Spain to get a visa for your 8 month hiatus on an island where you will only be required to show up somewhere 4 days a week aprox 4 hours each of those days. Now imagine that you have not received your carta confirming you have that spot to teach English and you have no idea what it will take to get that carta or all the other paperwork gathered. Yes, that was the place I found myself in and went into "Get ...