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After spending hours planning a trip over the course of many months, when everything is set up to my liking, two or three days before the trip, I mull over what may occur if the circumstances are right. By "right" I mean if our health is good and the weather fair and sunny, then I have a plan which may turn out to be quite lovely. I am reluctant to talk about it too much as not to give myself bad luck. Yet I always start a blog of a trip with what my expectations are so here it ...
... that I'm not quite sure of how to prepare for. Sometimes, I start to get worried about all of the unknowables. Often, I have to remind myself that I picked this company and this country because I wanted to challenge myself to go outside my comfort zone.
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... I thought it best Kylie and the kids get a cab so I called Kylie and arranged it. I walked to 47th and 8th and arrived just in time to catch the guy going in to open up the ticket office. The documentation and website say you MUST collect the bus tickets from 8th and 47th before getting the bus. The ticket office opened at 7am and the first bus left at 7;15am which gave me a very tight but doable window provided the Grayline staff oblige by opening on time. The guy at the ticket ...
... on this place!!!!!! Hersheys chocolate ok but not a pinch on Lindt!!! So leaving Hershey we took off with ever faithful 'Mary-Lou' the gps and hit the road. We decided we would do the back roads and see where it would take us except Mary-Lou insisted we stick to the main highways. So we re programmed her and we ventured forth to Morrisville North of NYC. We didthe ring road and stopped for coffee and photos ...
... and gelato. It was so good. We shared an appetizer of seared Ahi tuna, which was marinated in soy, ginger, and orange and it was phenomenal. The Quattro Formaggi pizza and the desserts we shared were all delicious as well.
We fell asleep listening to the sounds of the live band and all the loud partying people, and in the morning it was on to NYC baby!
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