HI-Los Angeles - Fullerton
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... have had two birthdays this year .... Paul was there to meet me after I had gone through customs and after a quick drive home., I took a two hour nap. Managed to stay awake for the rest with an early to bed time of 9:00PM I am staying in CA for some R & R before returning to Maine next week. A friend just sent me a picture of my house in Maine and I was overwhelmed with the amount of snow still there. I am ready for ...
... weeping willows hang into the water, and the attractive stone bridges of the Avon above.
Punting trips in Christchurch leave from both the Antigua Boat Sheds on Cambridge Terrace and Worcester Bridge in the city each day of the year. One itinerary around the Avon takes around half an hour, and boats are suitable for groups of up to 10.
If you're fascinated in travelling to the roof ...
I was here only once before in 1984 with my late uncle, Neil Boyle. We sat at the back, a round table which I was under the impression was his regular seat. It seems, though no longer a drinker, Neil came in almost daily for lunch when he would be presented with a pewter beer stein filled with his favourite beverage - black coffee. I was honoured to be shown this special place by him on my first solo visit to town.
What makes a little Irish ...
... hours (By plane, Sydney - Lima) - 18 hours (By bus, León, Nicaragua to Antigua, Guatemala via Honduras and El Salvador) Best Quotes - "Huevos? Fritos?" (Breakfast waiter in our hostal in Cusco) - "Agua Agua Agua Agua Agua" (street vendors in Brazil, and then us whenever we wanted water) - "Braaazzzzziiiillll" (Everywhere in Brazil, and then Mitch everywhere after that) Biggest Regret - That we didn't learn spanish properly before ...
... the clock struck 7 am, we began the hike; our group at least forty people strong.
After only a 1/10 of a mile, the leader pointed me in the direction of the Hollywood sign as they would take a less direct route and visit some of the scenic caves on the hill’s backside. With a fresh water bottle and renewed spirits, I jogged briskly up the dirt path.
Thirty minutes later I stood at the peak of the hill overlooking the city and the last ...