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... be visiting Luxembourg during the cruise.
This will be our 7th river trip, having taken others in Egypt, China, Russia, Netherlands, Portugal and the lower Danube to Romania. They are a totally different experience than the big ship cruising. The boats are tiny, holding 140-160 people. The rooms are usually larger than those on big ships. The scenery is close by as you are on small rivers. ...
... we got back to Seattle was Easter. And as per usual, we wanted to host. This meant a Costco run. I was busy getting my haircut, so Josh had to do this on his own. "Why is there so much food?!" Josh kept sending me texts about how overwhelmed he was in the canyon of toilet paper and Tide. It wasn't even the people that were unnerving! It was simply the size. Everything in the states is so big. It almost ...
... took the opportunity to get off at every opportunity we could. On the last day, there is a good amount of padding built into the schedule - and there were longer stops at Klamath Falls - which was quite chilly, and I enjoyed watching everyone shiver when I got off the train in my shorts and T-shirt - and Portland - where we walked into the Station and took some photographs of the beautiful interior of the Station building. If nothing else, we could ...
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Today we visited the Museum of Flight, located a few kilometres south of downtown Seattle. This facility is amazing! Having never much of an aviation 'buff' like some of my friends (you know who you are...) I was amazed at the collection of aircraft and space memorabilia. The 'AirPark' has aircraft including the first Air Force One, the Concorde and the very first Boeing 747 and 737. Adjacent the 'AirPark' was the original ...
... the mosquitoes are bad this season.
Noreen and I split a Caesar salad. When it arrived I said, "Waitress there are dead fish in my salad." I love anchovies.
If I could Groundhog a day, it would be Embarkation Day. We meet new friends and sail away to new adventures. We will head to Pier 91 to board the Solstice around 11:30. Part 2 will follow a few hours later (hopefully).