Miller Place Ark B&B
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... friendly with some as the journey continued, and even more so, as our original 19 became 5, the final 5 days of our tour.
We chose their "Gold" package which offered better hotels, and meals. Hotels for sure. The meals we were offered were geared to accommodate us, not please us. It seemed every meal, whether lunch or dinner we were offered sweet and sour chicken or pork. Even several of our flights offered ...
... looking back at the blog from years past. These moments usually happen in the doldrums of winter as we all yearn for the road after months of hibernation. I too find myself reading entries from years ago. The smiles that they bring are often tempered by the embarrassment of spelling and grammatical errors that I seem to find everywhere. But..That is what makes this blog real! I write this as I live it. Our days are ...
... wives tale about travelling on the day of the holiday is true!
So with two huge bags stuffed to the max (one personal, one carry on wheel), I was about to get on the plane (Zone 4) when I am told, no more space in overhead- it will be checked and at a carousel. Ugh! Seriously! That was the entire point of bringing it with me so I didn't have to wait after I landed. After I get on the plane, no problems thank goodness :) After ...
... the tender age of 13, and I don't believe I've ever taken a two week vacation. So I mention the possibility to my husband whose wheels begin to turn even faster. Now he's signing up for websites, reading blogs and forwarding these emails to me that are written in the same odd verbiage he had just recently adopted. Crazy, I think. And then all of a sudden, not so ...
... my passport, visa, SS card, immigration forms and pay check, just in case I decided to assume someone else's identity while at the DMV).
The written test was easy, and my eyes apparently work well, so they gave me my permit. Now I can happily book myself into the required 5 hour driving course (read: sitting in a room with fat people who got caught drunk driving, being told how bad it is to drink and drive by a reformed ...