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... walking around, SO many people smiled at me and said hi. I thought I was in Niceville or somewhere like that. It was refreshing. Wandered around the shops, the waterfront, some parks, looking at old mansions. It was a full day of walking. I loved the feel of the city, and all the architecture. That night I started poking around on the Center for Women website and found a couple of women who started a coffee shop and utilized the ...
... lot of good food and wine to sample, and interesting people to talk to. My favourite exhibitors were:
Negative: The boat part of the tour was cancelled due to bad weather but I wasn't advised and the staff weren't too sure either. Although after the carriage tour, I wasn't too bothered.
Tip of the day: Speak to the locals if you want to know where's good to go. The main areas are King Street, Meeting Street and French Quarter where there is also a market.
... the only one who does strange things. And then continued, “But, I'm a dangerous one to tell that to. See that RV over there ! I’m from Seattle; we’re on our way to Florida; I’m writing a blog and you get to be in today’s entry.” Again, we laughed and then she told me all about her daughter who lives in Seattle. By then, we were at the entry, wished each other a good day, chuckled and were on our way.
As I left ...
... for a My Pretty Pony recommendation to show up in Household Goods.
I don't know why this bothers me. I'm the only one who sees these purchases and recommendations. I'm sure that no one at Amazon would care to peek (and might get fired if they did).
But so what if anyone else saw? Am I really that concerned by what conclusions people might draw about me? In fact, it bothers me more that it bothers ...
... the Yorktown were not designed for men who are broad of butt and ample of girth. . .like me.
- There is no air-conditioning or, for that matter, much air flow of any kind deep in the bowels of a World War II era aircraft carrier, which makes it extremely uncomfortable for fat dudes already struggling with stifling humidity levels. . .like me.
- If you are prone to infrequent, but severe, bouts of claustrophobia, as I am, the cramped and ...
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