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Headed for southern Italy. Starting in Rome and ending in Naples with the Adriatic and the Mediterranean coasts and a few towns in between including Pompeii. Leaving two days early before we start our Rick Steves tour which we will spend in Rome. Hope there's something to do there. Recommendations are welcome as are cash donations which are 100% non-tax ...
... took 2.5 hours to get through despite us all having connecting flights; mainly down to the almost catatonic desk staff. There was no prioritisation and the response to those who were on course to miss their flight was "yeah, you'll probably miss it", That was it. My attempts to get a mother and son onto their flight because his Grandad had paid for him to see Paramore on a ship for his 18th (nice one Grandad), were a waste of time. NO-ONE on the staff or in the queue ...
... out of the city because the bus stops were right at those places which made it super easy to get in to the old city via the awesome bridge. The bus drivers got to know us. They were most helpful. One day we had the entire bus totally to ourselves. It was like having OUR OWN LIMO - although not as pretty. LOL
On the weekends we stayed at the Oakland KOA campground farther out of town to catch up on all the necessities and for ...
We increasingly live in a world where the companies we interact with cater to our interests. Many want to assume the role of personal assistant/shopper/consultant/etc. We develop relationships with these companies. While I am a strong believer that corporations should NOT have the same legal protections as people (it's a slippery slope to fascism - please support Public Citizen at citizen.org), their software ...
... Club is operated by Chef Bob Waggoner, the mastermind behind the AAA Four-Diamond rated Charleston Grill. One of my favorite dining secrets is going to a famous chef's 'second' restaurant. It may not be him in the kitchen, but he is sure to have designed the menu and trained the executive chef in the same methods he uses. The result? Great food for half the price. The Thoroughbred Club was no different. We ordered two specialty drinks, short rib ...