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... of year to visit anywhere in the Northern hemisphere, and especially anyplace in Europe. Crowds, crowds, crowds. But the best time for vacation with our business.
We ate way too many carbs and sweet things (oooo look, Cadbury's!). I'm going through sugar withdrawal now, which is probably why I'm still so tired.
No pictures today. Thanks for reading my first attempt at a blog. I hope you enjoyed it.
Much love, Charlie and Mary
... each step
~ Thich Nhat Hanh
... but we're here for the purple margarita’s. They are so strong the restaurant restricts them to two per person. Sixth street is heaving with people and we wind our way through for some street car snacks and live music at a little place past highway, beyond the main throngs of people. Maybe it’s because I’ve been in relatively conservative south American countries for a while but I am floored by the outfits and dresses most women are ...
... about this! Although I love traveling and have been fortunate enough to see lots of wonderful places in the U.S., Canada and Mexico, I've yet to make it off the continent. This will be my first time!
So far our preparation has included:
Renewing our expired and maiden name passports
His: renewed in less than 1 week
Mine: 6 weeks, including 3 weeks waiting for a certified marriage license copy. "Expedited" service, not so ...
... one day and had lunch and spent some time on Guadalupe Street. Joseph and I took them to Mellow Mushroom, which they had never been to before, and we had some beers and good pizza. It was a total fun time! Joseph and I went to the Texas Tower one day on our own to do the tour because I was really interested in the history of the tower. There was still evidence from the crazy Marine that killed some people from the top of the tower back in the ...