BEST WESTERN PLUS Burlington Inn & Suites
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So this is "D" day. Unlike June 6th 1944, we are embarking on the trip of a lifetime with every expectation that we will be home in three months in one piece! All the planning and booking; I counted 11 flights without any excursion flights of which we expect to do at least two, is behind us and I trust all will flow smoothly. However, as we all know, be ready for the unexpected, like running out of money, or losing ones glasses!
Three hours from now, Tim will ...
The Islands are such a beautiful place to come with your family for a picnic on a hot summers day.
Once we returned our bikes and walked to the ferry terminal we had a short wait so we parked up under a tree and relaxed. Perfect time to get some reading done.
When we made it back to the Mainland we decided to go take a look at Polson Pier. We had read about it in the tourism booklets and looked at the webpage. It had ...
... they've been and we'd have to agree.
The gay capital of American is found on the peninsular of Cape Cod, in a quaint little village called Provincetown. We loved it. Cape Cod lived up to expectations, it's just the way it should be. We've taken many photos of houses over the last week. That's because they set the tone for the state. Bare trees, New English style neighbourhoods, without fences look peaceful, timeless and serene. The final leg of this journey was ...
... it would divert me too much of course from my intended through thru the Yugoslavia countries but it would be nice to do Romania as a seperate trip.
Belgrade and Serbia
Belgrade excited me and was somewhere I long wanted to visit being the hometown of my Yugoslav Aunt. There was a worry with the private bus getting there as there is no direct train from ...
One of the best things on this trip is waking up in one place and finishing the day somewhere completely different. Leaving Boston, I flew to Buffalo, and rather than add $50 to my air fare on crossing the border at 37,000 feet, I spent 2 hours and $4 on a more scenic option: catching buses to the border before crossing the rainbow bridge on foot. After a lovely chat with the customs lady (I don't know what's been going on since the Empire but apparently flashing Her ...