Yellow Turtle Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Here we sit in a McDonald's on a Sunday afternoon writing our weekly blog. McDonald's is where we often work on the blog, because of their free and dependable WiFi. We have found that you can meet the most interesting people here. Last week while in the 'Golden Arches' we met David McLay. David came to the U.S. from Scotland. After serving in the U.S. military he became a pilot for Pan Am. Among many interesting stories he told us was ...
... The others were covered, but way up top. I still contend that Andrea, Marshall and I had the most authentic and fun experience! We were certainly soaked to prove it! And the game was fun…even if Germany ended up winning. But in the midst of the rain and the loss, we got word that the U.S. would go through to the next round as the 2nd place team in the group, above Portugal and Ghana. It would be corny to say we were dancing ...
... paddle. Aunty and I sit back and relax and I even stick my foot in the cool water. John is super tired from his 20 mins of paddling (Hinesh had been paddling the whole way) so we return the boat.
We are starving for lunch and grab a bite at Thai Pavillion. We devour our food down. Uncle and Aunty had to doggie bag their pad thais as the servings were huge. We head home and again chill out before dinner.
Our farewell dinner is at Uncle and Auntys and again there is a ...