Baymont Inn & Suites Warrenton
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- Pets allowed
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- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Continental Breakfast
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... Trail. I'm sure I am forgetting some. Such an important part of the history of this country. We learned much about the Indian people, the "white men", and the immigrants that transformed this land. Both the good and the bad. We are thankful for the conservationists and their passion to preserve the land for our children. More than anywhere else, this route through the northern regions put us in touch with the land and its history without the distractions of ...
... br> As we were tucking into some provisions bought at a nearby Walmart, the couple on the bikes turned up, followed by another lady who it turned out was from Canada and doing a circumnavigation of Lake Erie, staying in campsites all the way round. Even more impressive were the British couple on the bikes, who were riding from Boston to Seattle over a three month road trip!
After dinner we set about putting up the tent, which we felt went ...
... the plane, I would just be deported back to the US! Scenarios started spinning in my head. I was thinking that maybe I can take another route that wouldn't go through Brazil though it would cost a lot. And was there any way I can catch up with my friends who are already on their way to Santiago? The agent then went to get his supervisor to talk to me. I quickly went on my iPhone and Googled if I needed a visa to enter Brazil for connecting ...
So glad to be home.
Immigration / Customs made me a little nervous because being an Anthropologist is an occupation that lends itself naturally to extra scrutiny in customs.
I got asked by CBP if I had any cultural artifacts with me and I luckily thought quickly enough to say, "Nothing that required and export permit"
I didn't get any extra screening although the agent I was in queue for kept sending people to inspection. ...
... the night before. I had taken a picture of the nose, which had a city name on it, and they matched. Alas, our flight to Washington was completely full, so not the room to lounge around as we'd had before.
The flight was 11 hours, and felt every part of it. We all slept at times, and there were dozens of movies and TV shows from which to pick, but it still seemed like a very long flight. We were extremely happy to hear the landing announcement.