Park Place Bed & Breakfast
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... to will be once again leading the ANZAC Day March. An honour they have had, and have taken place in every year since 1946. We will miss not being there. LEST WE FORGET.
It was a full, exhausting and exhilarating day, four weary travellers crossed back into the USA feeling completely satisfied with what they had encountered this day.
As an aside to this chapter I will back track some months. Glestelle and Tom on arrival into Dallas, had ...
Our mechanic was super nice and gave us the all clear to go again. He advised us to pick up some coolant sealer which should act as the perfect nappy for Bruce. Taking the advice onboard we headed for the border, passing through the thousand island region. One place we’ll have to return to one day.
... I thought that was all Niagara Falls was. How wrong I was!!!! The town is like a permanent carnival with flashing neon lights, wax sculptures, horror shows and mazes. Dinosaur mini golf and every family oriented restaurant chain you could shake a stick at was dwarfed by every high rise luxury hotel chain you could think of. Niagara Falls is a walking talking cash cow designed to ...
... pulled out the luggage then said that will be 75 quid and Stewart looked at him and said no we were told 50 and he was about to argue with Stewart and Stewart put on his strict voice and said that's all the cash we have mate take it or leave it and walked away with this driver trying to look serious and wanting to ring his boss so stewart said mate ring the hotel and take it up with them they told me how much and he walked away as the driver slammed his door and drove off. ...
... and they reclined to almost a horizontal position which was great but I had an unfortunate and terribly ungraceful moment of trying to get up from the reclined position to fall into the lap of the man sitting next to me. Luckily he was a nice man who looked tired and frustrated and we had a good chat. This was my first insight into why so many people were on this train. He was in the middle of his 60 hour door to door journey from Phoenix back home to New York after leaving ...