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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Today was a day of packing. I cannot resist adding a picture of the vehicle assembly that will be heading south tomorrow. Although today was beautiful - at least sunny - the temperatures are dropping. I wore my thermal underwear to my volunteer job at Riverwood yesterday! We are looking forward to an early start tomorrow and hope to meet Lillian and Charles in time for lunch.
... today the views of the city were lovely. We proceeded to find a little bar that we had been told about by our bar tender the day we arrived. We sat and soaked up the sun with a couple of bevvys, enjoying the views. It was a very relaxing afternoon/evening. We left our little bar after an hour or so and made our way to the main bar next to the ferry terminal for another drink and snack - sweet potato fries! Much better than regular fries...
... Our gate was at one extreme end of the airport after clearing USA customs in Toronto, of all places. After a 15 minute and maybe 3/4 mile walk, we arrived at our gate just ahead of boarding. Winter has decided to welcome us back with a vengeance after being spoiled with excellent warm weather for the past 20 days. So off we go to Greenville, scheduled arrival around noon, Greenville time, finally! ...
... Luis. Chris supports St Luis and was pretty much the only person in Toronto not cheering for the Maple Leafs. St Luis won 6-3 and it was funny watching Toronto lose among a home crowd.
We were promised a fantastic night out so we got taken to a college bar where we were by far the oldest crew there. We were in there for no longer than 15 minutes before ...
... Yugoslav-Republic-Of-Macedon ia (as Greece insists it be called) was also a treat full of surprises. One would expect this to be a "Greek Macedonian" heartland but surprisingly the rich Turkish character continues in Skopje and Tetovo.
I would have liked to have spent more time in Skopje's museums which I didnt get to see so there is the opportunity for a return visit ...