Best Western Royal Park
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... and then go pay in an awkward corner. AND WHERE IS THE KETCHUP? There was also nowhere to walk around. Some airports have some mall stores (Philadelphia gets it) or at least a scenic area just to take a stroll. Nope, LaGuardia just has their ****** food courts, news stands, and uncomfortable chairs. Ugh I hate this airport.
Then began the delays. We knew there had been thunderstorms in the Boston area, but it turns out that those storms really messed with ...
... and New Hampshire.
Route 20 led us through the corn and soy fields of Sharon Springs, Carlisle, and Esperance. Dollar Generals are the 'go to' store in these areas and every village boasts an ice cream stand. We continued on route 20 through the layered earthen banks of a long ago sea. Traffic picked up around Albany, New York's ...
Our Adventure in Asia ends how it began. In March of 2013, after 3 weeks on the road, I landed in Shanghai with only a suitcase and an adventure waiting for Bettina and I. I am now in a plane back home to NH after 3 weeks travelling Asia, with only a suitcase and new adventure awaiting us!
And what an adventure! Shanghai, what an incredible city! Contrast and Diversity define it. We lived in Luzajui nested between 3 of the top ten ...
... up forward and back in the bedroom. We weren't able to put out either driver's side slide outs but suspect it was operator error. We'll review the owners manual with Lenny so he'll do a better job next time :-) Then it was off to Campers Inn with RIck driving solo and Kathleen following behind in her Honda CR-V. There we were welcomed by the service people who suggested the best alternative was to do their three ...
... I didn't think much of it at first, as the snow started to cover the boulders, and then stick to the road. Our bus driver didn't seem the least bit worried, and we pushed along as the snow came down steadily. To get to the Spiti Valley, we needed to go over the Kunzum pass, at 4550 m (15,000 ft). As we began to climb up the steep road, drivers coming in the other direction warned us to turn back, but our driver just joked ...