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How can a train leave an hour late at it's starting point! Easy ask Amtrak! Utter chaos at boarding Wrong carriage number on side of train led to folk getting in wrong rooms only to be pitched out when we arrived! Most of them Brits on board! Americans tend not to travel by train Can't think why!! "Bedroom" ...
Hell of a town ! Frogs everywhere! Jazz, Blues and Shaws Crab House Almost joined a baptist church after gospel singing at House of Blues Sunday Brunch! Tried to get on stage but failed Praise The Lord! Stunning city and atmosphere walked miles Art Institute and Bubba Gump ...
... br> We made really good time and got home at 2:00. It took us about 45 minutes to unload and about that long to go through our mail. It is so nice to be home, however, Beckett keeps going back in the RV and just sits there. I think she is confused.
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... Majestic Mountain range in the world. Just when you think it doesn't get any better after we come down from the mountain we will be able to go to the orphanage and meet the children we helped raise donations for. We will be able to hang out, play and interact with these children that our donations will be changing their lives. This trip is 21 days and I plan on packing in as much adventure ...
... touristy. Definitely not high season yet and some still not even open. When we got to Sandusky and went down to the historic waterfront there were white caps and the water was chiefly brown, might not have been quite the open lake area, but more a bay. A couple of signposts indicated party why this is a historic waterfront. One informed us of an island offshore where they emprisoned Confederate soldiers and the other informed us that Sandusky was the gateway ...