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... m going to drive down towards the Y. The next step will be to take a picture at the junction optional Beach Drive and Central Drive. I wonder how spellcheck is going to work on this block. It looks as if I need to add a location and a title before it will allow me to save pictures. Next stop will be the Muckle teal seat Speedway and then I will publish this ...
... Terminator and Alien. There was also a fantasy movie section, but neither of us are big fantasy fans except that they did have the costumes from Labyrinth that I'm sure Cindy would have liked.
From the movie exhibits they went to the music exhibits. They had a huge multi-story tower of guitars in the lobby. They had a comprehensive history of the guitar, along with the development of the electric guitar. They even had a section on ...
... to climb in! We load up and hit the road for Reykjavik. After a short ride, we reach our first destination, the Capital Inn in Reykjavik. This is where I start noticing serious differences, as this seems somewhat like a hostel more than a hotel. The rooms are set up with more than one bed; ours has a full size bed and a twin bed so that you can have three people in the room. The way the numbers worked out for our group, Tammy and I end up with a ...
... to go outside for the views and the free photos.
Whilst we were there we spied a train carrying a number of large green airplane fuselages, presumably to Boeing and were halted from making a complete circuit of the viewing platform by the presence of a number of US Army soldiers holding a flag and making a speech. It turned out one of them was getting his Honourable Discharge (the flag was folded and handed to him afterwards) and they'd chosen the ...
We had set the heating up high so I'd woken up in a ball of sweat and needed to open windows. At the same time people were waking above us so the floor stomping was about to start. Earplugs in, try and go back to sleep. We finally stirred around 10.30, slowly having breakie and realising it was going to be sunny. So we decided to sort our **** and hit the space needle. Jumped on a bus around 12 and travelled to 3rd n vine st to walk over to the needle. As ...
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