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Day 2: At sea, Cuba, United States travel blog

Day 2: At sea

A travel blog entry by racinghippo

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Well, the day started fairly well. Again, we were up early - 530am this time. I guess someone's body clock hasn't fully adjusted to the time zone. We managed to entertain ourselves until breakfast was served at 7. It had been a rough sea ...

Sunday Pics, Ocean, Cuba travel blog

Sunday Pics

A travel blog entry by doogle

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Just adding some pictures from ...

On the Water..., Ocean, Cuba travel blog

On the Water...

A travel blog entry by doogle

We are on the water between here and there... This is a quickie to let you know were alive and well and having a great time. The Internet access is actually pretty good speed wise and a bit pricey $$$ wise. More later and even some ...

Driving Day Two, Cuba, United States travel blog

Driving Day Two

A travel blog entry by destination49

Not too many RV places open at this time of the year. Ladybug RV is pretty remote and without internet. The curator is extremely friendly. The people who run the campgrounds is one of the best things about traveling in the motorhome. Woke up bright and ...

900 km in 3 States - OK, KN, MO, Cuba, United States travel blog

900 km in 3 States - OK, KN, MO

A travel blog entry by 9lives

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... but nonetheless it was another state and this corner owes its livelihood to mining Missouri - the Ozark Plateau and moonshine territory Cuba, MO - more than a dozen outdoor artworks; a restored Phillips 66 gas station,; and dinner at the Frisco's Bar and ...

Day 6 Into Missouri, Cuba, United States travel blog

Day 6 Into Missouri

A travel blog entry by colinscott

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We are now in Cuba Missouri after doing about 280 miles. This morning we visited Cahokia which is an ancient Indian site and then this afternoon we went to Meramec caves. We are staying in the Waggon Wheel Motel which is one of the oldest 66 roadside ...

Take me to the April sun in ................., Cuba, United States travel blog

Take me to the April sun in .................

A travel blog entry by terroraustralis

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Lots and lots of murals in Cuba and no missile crisis ...

Day 10, Cuba, United States travel blog

Day 10

A travel blog entry by povah

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Went around Meramec caves, took lots of photos! It was really good and the photos don't do it justice! We also stopped off at the worlds largest rocking chair which was pretty awesome but apparently they only let u on it once a year so couldnt sit on it! ...

I get my kicks, Cuba, United States travel blog

I get my kicks

A travel blog entry by judy.mcbride

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Route 66 officially became a certified, numbered cross-country, inter-state US highway in 1926. It was fully paved within the next ten years, and over time Route 66 became first important, then legendary, immortalised in literature, music, the performing ...

First Full Day, Somewhere in the Western Atlantic, United States travel blog

First Full Day

A travel blog entry by g026t3mr

First full day at sea....Spent some time...and money in the casino. Had breakfast on the in the dinning room. The pancakes and stewed bannans were so wonderful, I'd vistit them a couple of more time during the cruise. Spent time wandering the ship and ...

The Rocking Chair that saved my driving record, Fanning, United States travel blog

The Rocking Chair that saved my driving record

A travel blog entry by jackies-world

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I was cruising along 44 E between Springfield and St. Louis and traveling at the same speed as all the trafic on the highway including the big rigs when I saw a sign reading "Worlds Largest Rocking Chair" THIS EXIT. I could not resist, slammed on my ...

I went to Cuba maybe eight or nine times., Cuba, United States travel blog

I went to Cuba maybe eight or nine times.

A travel blog entry by heathersholiday

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... a place in Farmington, so the next place down the road wasn't for another 50 or so miles.  It is a little town called Cuba.  On the way there the sun was down and part of the road was going strait down, like roller coaster strait down. ...

First Day on board the Gandeur of the Seas., At Sea, United States travel blog

First Day on board the Gandeur of the Seas.

A travel blog entry by peterdk

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Our first day on board the "Grandeur of the Seas". The ship carried a capacity of about 2,440 guests, plus another 700 or so staff. Here's a list of what you could find on board: - Rock-climbing wall - Casino RoyaleSM - Themed bars and lounges - ...

Arches and Caverns, Cuba, United States travel blog

Arches and Caverns

A travel blog entry by brisbird

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First up today we gave the hotel breakky a miss and went in search of a small city diner. We were very happy to finally wake to clear blue skies!! Woohoo! We walked past the huge Bushe Baseball stadium and the plethora of surrounding car parks. It was ...

Springfield IL to Cuba MO, Cuba, United States travel blog

Springfield IL to Cuba MO

A travel blog entry by nic2k13

... it was lovely. Pushed threw and got to cuba by about 8pm. After 11 hours of driving we checked into the wagon wheel motel in cuba which is like little wooden cabins converted into rooms and you feel as if you are out in the outback. Think I have ...

All at sea, At Sea, United States travel blog

All at sea

A travel blog entry by hairsuit

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All of today is at sea, Giving us time to look around the boat. Where do I start? 3 swimming pools 2 in the main deck area with loud music party games Etc. this area is a sun trap and very hot, the cocktails very tasty. the third pool was in a Quiet ...

Day 2 heading for Cuba, Cuba, United States travel blog

Day 2 heading for Cuba

A travel blog entry by robert6290

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... that's ok but it's funny watching them when things don't go their way ( oh my god I can't believe that) Hit the road for Cuba nice drive I really like evening time with the windows down nice smell in the air but was 32 @ 6 pm only started to cool about 9 ...

traveling Cuba Landing to Clifton, Cuba Landing to Clifton, United States travel blog

traveling Cuba Landing to Clifton

A travel blog entry by my-house

After just an overnight stay we got up just after daylight because we had our longest day trip planned. 42 miles to Clifton. We were not sure if we could make all the way in one day and only had this day and part of the next day before weather turned bad ...

Cuba, Cuba, United States travel blog

Cuba

A travel blog entry by davidbarr

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see the photos of our trip to ...

WildEarth Guardians River Restoration, Cuba, United States travel blog

WildEarth Guardians River Restoration

A travel blog entry by malonetravels2

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... New Mexico?  One of our first trips out west camping back in the day took us to Fenton Lake and on NM 126 to Cuba on our way to Colorado. Its a beautiful area, and this time we camped the two nights around a volunteer project with WildEarth ...

Rt 66 Mural city, Cuba, United States travel blog

Rt 66 Mural city

A travel blog entry by traveltheusa

Will post more on the ...

Oh, we have 12 vacancies. 12 cabins, 12 vacancies., Cuba, United States travel blog

Oh, we have 12 vacancies. 12 cabins, 12 vacancies.

A travel blog entry by heathersholiday

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...  I know everything was totally imagined and I let all those scary movies I've seen get the better of me.  I pulled into Cuba, knowing that I have better get a room, or have to drive at least another 50 miles till there was another sign of life. ...

Pebble Isle to Cuba Landing MArina, Cuba Landing marina, United States travel blog

Pebble Isle to Cuba Landing MArina

A travel blog entry by my-house

Our next part of the trip was in 2 stages with just an overnight stop at Cuba Landing. Only 19 miles and one of the easiest runs yet. We left late in the day and arrived around 3:30 and checked in. We tied up to the fuel dock in front of the office and ...

Off the coast of Cuba, Off the coast of Cuba, United States travel blog

Off the coast of Cuba

A travel blog entry by sandi38

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Hi everybody! We are at sea today and it is cloudy out and trying to rain. We will be in Grand Cayman' tomorrow. Last night we had four people at our table. Headwaiter is so funny trying to get people to sit at our table. No one was assigned there fo ...

Getting to Cuba, Getting to Cuba, Cuba travel blog

Getting to Cuba

A travel blog entry by miguel_paul

... restrictions imposed by the Bush administration as a pre-election ploy. This significantly reduces the number of people traveling to Cuba beginning in July 2004 and causes the charter companies to revise their schedules and raise their prices at the ...

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