Laurel Pond Resort
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... first time. These are like Chinooks, but the two rotors are hinged on the sides so they can fly like a helicopter, or tilt the blades forward to fly like a plane at twice the speed. In fact they look rather like the flying robots in the movie 'Terminator'. I am now relaxing with a beer, while the children have a wild bath next door. Last day abroad tomorrow...eight weeks seems to have passed in a flash. (Angela) So much warmer today, it was about 14 degrees and ...
... to reduce potential stress situations.
Our budget was a very healthy $400 per day for all expenses other than flights and overland transport (including airport transfers, trains and busses) between cities and countries. Because the transport costs ...
... So much for it won't rain on my parade! That's OK, gave me time to make hotel reservation and call daughter Laura to see if we could get together for dinner. Success on both accounts.
Grover Cleveland was both the 22nd and the 24th President of the US. The only one who was elected (1884) defeated (1888) and then elected again (1892)! Others have tried, but no one has done it before or since him. When he married Francis Folsom ...
... like it) and that the streets were so packed, you had to queue to cross the road.
We got $80 tickets to see Nice Work If You Can Get It starring Ferris Bueller (I mean Matthew Broderick) and Blythe Danner (the mum from Meet the Parents). The show was fantastic and Broderick even got a standing ovation.
We have a walking tour of Harlem tomorrow where I hope to get a taste of that soul food I hear about!
... months in advance, and walk-ins can fill early in the days. Always try your campground of choice and strike up conversations – someone may have an angle for you. If all of the campgrounds in a National Park are full, hit a National Forest (or other state or national facility) that often borders the park. These campgrounds may offer more peace and adventure than in the park.