Heartland Country Resort
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... and I were proud to complete the course but it kicked our butts. Elena had such a good time. After we arrived back at campground Elena spent several hours designing and painting a T-shirt depicting Minecraft characters. It is quite impressive. Also visited the Indianapolis Children's Museum which was unbeknownst to us is the largest children's museum in the U.S. We spent 5 hours there and even though we made ...
... at 7:00. I had an American breakfast with scrambled eggs and fried plantains substituted for home fries, Erin had an omelet, and Larry and Derek had the traditional breakfast. There was also fruit and juice. It took them quite a while to cook our breakfast so we didn't get going until 8:15, a half an hour behind schedule. The traffic was heavy as we followed the coast north. We backtracked past Quepos, our lunch/souvenir spot, and ...
... Steps, not far from our Hotel - thanks to Rick Steve's travel maps. The Spanish Steps is named for the Spanish Embassy to the Vatican which has been there for 300 years. The Steps are considered a very romantic place, frequented by such as Keats, Goethe, etc. Then we meandered over to Trevi Fountain. The beautiful Trevi Fountain was built in 1762 and shows off the reopening of several ancient Roman aqueducts. Both sites we ...
... diverse it really is. We also enjoyed two beautiful weddings and loved being with friends and family. Our week in Texas was so special being with all of our children and grandchildren and their families. Traveling part of the time with our dear friends, Marge & Lee Rhoades, added so much to our adventures. This was truly a trip of a lifetime! Now we have to decide what's ...
... I needed to do to work with the bike rather than against it.
This made all the difference after lunch. We did leapfrog within the groups. I had no trouble hanging with my group of a GSX-R 1000, 1198S, and HP4. Properly applying the fundamentals of body position, everything started to flow. The tires started to work in the corners and a lot of the push went away.
As the day went on, I gained confidence in the bike, the ...