The Bodega Inn
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... an hour or so, before it was time to head off to Pete & Carly Styles' for tea before Bible Class. We got lost on the way, partly due to a lack of navigation skills on the passengers' side (mostly me :) and partly due to the map's large scale. We had chosen a great spot to get lost, though. It seemed like the middle of nowhere, with a quaint house, green fields and the sun shining brightly! The Styles were such a lovely family and we enjoyed meeting them and their two cute ...
... Portugal and landing in Spain, we thought let's see what damage we can do in France. As luck and good timing would have it, Viking was offering a great deal to past passengers and with barely a second thought about cost we signed on. Mind you we booked the cheapest cruising date and the cheapest cabin but now we have something wonderful to look forward to. We also reckon as we ...
... 10 US equivalent.
Checking in was rather unusual. There was a luggage scan at the entrance. Heading toward international departures--without a ticket--there was a further scan. Not long thereafter there was a third scan.
Finally we saw the Turkish Airlines' counter. We will have to pick up our IST to LHR ticket in Istanbul. Our bags are ticketed through to IST. I am in row 8; Dave, further back. A final scan of hand luggage and ...
... 8217;t miss it very much. My thought is that we will grab a Timmys when we head out.
If anyone knows what aunts are like I was instructed to be sure that we had some breakfast and to make ourselves “at home.” Jim pours himself some cereal – Cap’n Crunch of all things – that was bought just for us. “This takes me back years,” he says with a big grin on his face. I opt for two slices of 12-grain toast with ...
... accident, I had never previously seen so many emergency vehicles--police, fire and ambulance--in one location. The incident must have been scant minutes before [maybe I should count my lucky stars] and all lanes were blocked.
Fortunately I was still at the exit for Winston Churchill Drive and was able to exit, just praying there was an interchange for the 401 [yes]. The 401 itself was not too bad. I arrived at Park 'n Fly just after 1600. The transfer, ...