Swan's End Guest House
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... to brag about. Like this time I hooked up with this total 10 in Mexico...it was rad." - Alex
"I like traveling. It's fun when I go a different place that's not home, and I like trying new food." - Benj
"No, really. I'm not lying." - Alex
(I pointed out to Alex that his grandparents might read this. He said, "That's right Nanny & Pop!") Ha! Traveling with a keen sense of humour is even better.
... She was hanging with the president of Red Bull the other day. So we got to chatting for a while and it did make the flight pass quick. So her company only allows travel in business class if flights are over two hours....my jaw dropped on that one......and I am pretty sure I teared up a bit. I did my best to extol the virtues of traveling in economy for business.....but seems it was a hard sell....mostly cuz she only pointed at me and laughed ...
The letter of invitation was simple. Because I had booked the train from St Petersburg to Helsinki thru the Russian trains site, thus booking a service thru an approved agent, I could get the letter for $25 extra.
There is another site http://www.waytorussia.net/Travel/VisaS upport.html that will also give you a invitation letter for $25 based on a fake hotel booking. However, this could ...
... at Newark delaying the occasional flight. Also seeing some weather on the radar, could be adding to it. Damn. Still, the arrival time was planned to get us to our hotel just before check-in and also to have us cabbing through NYC during non-rush hour. An hour won't make much of a difference.
So it's about noon now, so we shouldn't have to wait too much longer. We'll do our best to take lots of pictures and keep the blog going while we're away.
... br> Visited the ROM today. Collections ranging from all kinds of Asian artifacts, dinosaurs, Canadian history and suits of armor and medieval weaponry. I saw a dirk, which is the traditional big brother to a siagn dubh. Puts things into perspective what each was responsible for.
I must point out that it was camp day at the ROM. The amount of energy that passes by when a bus load of small youth charge after the dinosaurs is simply staggering. I'm definitely not adjusted back ...