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... we can hike with a one year old and what route we can drive while he takes a nap in the car seat.
Annie and I have always liked to travel, but that has usually meant flying to cool places. This road trip has already allowed us to drive through the sandhills of Nebraska, the Rockie Mountains of Colorado, red rock cliffs and arches of Utah, along the sandy beaches of Southern California, through the Yosemite Valley surrounded by waterfalls and cliffs, amidst ...
... and rap music blaring from our car!! We saw such amazing views and driving 5000 ft up was rather crazy! As we approached Crater Lake National Park the weather got colder and we started to see snow!!! Had we chosen the right time of year! Trying to avoid the ice we didn't get to make it to the Crater but the views we did see were truly amazing and I finally experienced my 'king of the world' moment! It was time to go back down and find our hotel in the smal ...
... a free bracelet. And then we parted and I'll never see her again. She was a true gem.
After our hours at the market we were pretty beat and pretty over the sun, so we rode home and chilled in the coolness of the house for a while. We played another game of "Real Life", and I was again a wealthy yet unhealthy person who never did anything of much interested, was in an abusive relationship and died in the Black Hole Nursing Home. Depresso. Seb was more ...
... For lunch it was off to another cafe recommended by Peter, the Agate Alley Bistro. Very nice looking place. Their clam chowder was excellent but our main courses were not what we were expecting. I ordered ravioli and Fletcher, gnocchi. When they came the ravioli was large triangles looking more like lasagne while Fletcher's gnocchi was one very large roll of pasta. It was OK but not quite what we thought we were having.
The evening session was again ...
... homestay guest as well (and both are vegetarian...WIN). The program is designed to let us be pretty independent on our time abroad but there are a few group excursions on the weekends. As of right now, I know that we will be going to Cambridge (Temple Church, Tower of St. Mary the Great, Trinity College and Wren Library, King's College and Chapel), Edinburgh (Edinburgh Castle, Scottish Parliament, St. Giles Cathedral, The National Monument, The National Gallery of Scotland, ...
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