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... for talks over the convoy. For a short time on Thursday it looked as if Vladimir Putin had resolved to send the aid mission straight across the border, in spite of Ukrainian objections. After leaving Voronezh, the 270-vehicle convoy barrelled south towards Rostov-on-Don - a major city that could serve as another staging point. But halfway the vast column of white-painted lorries and support vehicles took a westward turn towards the border town of Donetsk - not to be ...
... makers all along the way. It gives focus to the land and is proof that highways do not have to overtake landscape. It runs from the Mississippi River in Natchez through the Shoals area in Alabama and then on to Nashville Tennessee on the Ohio River. The Old Trace was first used by the American Indians and then in the 1800’s it eventually became the main return route for Ohio Valley traders. We loved this highway. There were interesting facts to read all ...
... to the horror of the two greenies in the boat with us. One of his stories told of how his brother had purposely totalled his car to hit a deer since hunting had become illegal and the only way to claim an animal was if it had accidentally been killed. The greenies were absolutely horrified which was highly amusing for Vaughan and I since they were so uptight it was unbelievable.
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We quickly changed, got our bearings while enjoying a complimentary cocktail in the bar and then headed straight across the street to a well-recommended restaurant, where we enjoyed absolutely stunning food. Soft, light, warm bread was brought to our table, with a dish of garlic butter. The wine list was extensive and the ...
... as far afield as Greece and Malta. The French Quarter, rebuilt by the Spanish after a fire, is an olde world treasure. The streets are full of treasures ...beautiful houses, the usual tourist shops with amazing aircon and cafés and bars to suit every pocket. We ate well - Jambalaya and fish platters and the craft beers here continue to be good. There is little French spoken in the French quarter and that that is, is a patois which has a black African ring to it. On Frenchmen ...