Americas Best Value Inn
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... spent most of her time with Austin and Tami. Christopher and I had a blast racing cars and motorcyles and shooting up the bad guys in shooting galleries.
We had lunch of chicken nuggets for the kids, and other junk food for the adults. It was a fun meal and the kids were great eaters.
We spent several hours playing and then cashed in points earned for the kids to get some toys to take home.
We finished up the day with a ...
... In Canada I think they just assume that people are neither stupid nor impolite so we don't get all these announcements. I'm not sure if this reveals more about you, Amtrak, or about Americans in general, but as I know how to be polite on a train (unlike a lot of your staff) I'm not sure I care for it. I know how to be polite in other places too, for the record.
Now, if you'll excuse me, I'm off to pop a Gaviscon before dinner.
Disgruntled of ...
... like I had with Michelle in Europe. The South East Asia plan started to form in my mind in the summer of 2013 as the plan to travel to the Galapagos unraveled. Rena was in and out of the hospital dealing with colon cancer and did not want me to go to the biologist's Mecca without her. The assumption was that she would recover and we would go there together latter. So, Galapagos, Machu Pichu and the Amazon River adventure were placed on hold. Thailand, here I ...
T-minus 2 1/2 Hours until I leave for the airport. I am only bringing one bag. Simplicity is essential in order to soak in the full experience. I feel a little anxiety but I know it will wear off once I am on that plane and I start reading my new book The Way of the Peaceful ...
... or $1.80 off my upgrade. Not a fan of brewed coffee, I opted for an upgrade and got a small iced soy latte, which set me back $1.90. Not bad, and my soy milk was free (you hear that Starbucks?)
After Stephen took pictures of every part of the store, we went to find a creperie that was recommended by Yelp. On our way to the restaurant, we came across a pizzeria with this huge ...