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... at least I didn't have to pick up or re-check my luggage.
Mexico City's airport kinda sucks at night. All the shops and restaurants are closed, and the only people in the hallways are the night cleaning shift. Once again, I took advantage of my business upgrade and found the lounge, where I was able to get a soda and some miniature sandwiches.
When it was time to board, they checked our boarding passes, sent us into the ramp down to the plane, and ...
... quickly , stopping off at mcdonalds for breakfast . At around 9ish we got off the bus to visit a park , taking pictures of waterfalls and rock formations before heading back to New York , stopping off a few times . In the last 4 days we have nearly done 1,600 miles so we had spent a long time in the coach ! So we had a early night in our hotel . Love Jared and Melissa ...
... les hammams, les tajines, les couscous, les briwats, leurs desserts sucrés et les thés à la menthe. L'Europe est à un jet de pierre, de même que les pyramides du Caire, le mont des Oliviers et Jérusalem, de même que les safaris africains. Beau programme, non? Vous viendrez nous voir?
Hi all! Long time no see! I have not been very talkative in the last year or so. Had not much to say, but much to think ...
Well today is the day we go on the big Choo Choo ride you know that slow romantic train travel as we meander up the coast to Montreal and then follow the rivers and coast line to Halifax while looking at the tree colours change the further north we go. Stewart checks out and we go out and get a cab. When we said we wanted to go to Union station at the front the bloke hesitated and said oh why and Stewart said the concierge and station people ...
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- Outlet adapters. One rule of thumb that I follow is not to take anything single-voltage, ever, so I never need a converter. Converters fry appliances, period. Everything electronic that I take with me has a voltage range of 110-240, so all I need is an outlet adapter. And the cardinal rule of hostel dorms is that there will never be ...