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... and argue economics and down a box or two of wine. Quite often
when I get into economics discussions with people I’m the liberal in the debate
but with Bob I’m usually the conservative.
I didn’t do much in the way of touring or sightseeing in
Durham but thought I’d create a short blog entry for a couple of the pictures I
took and a few of my impressions. We mostly hung out at La Mixteca Mexican
restaurant and ate half ...
... of Californian Merlot, borrowed some wine glasses from the bar & we're getting takeaway pizza from a restaurant across the road. Does it get any better?
Tomorrow we drive to Albany, drop off the car & stay the night before catching the train to Washington DC. We have an extra piece of luggage now (for all Fray's purchases) which will be fine once we get to Qantas but we have to lug it on the trains for the next few days. Rain scheduled for ...
... arrived at the right Salem and did all the touristy things...saw the Witch memorial, ate, visited the graveyard, ate, went to a wax sculpture horror gallery and met the guy who played Mike Myers in Halloween, ate and drunk some more. Oh yea, and I got inked in Salem! A new tattoo from America! Salem is one of the weirdest places with the strangest people but definitely glad we had a chance to visit around Halloween. Next stop...Booorstiiin ...
... Benton Park Café & Coffee Bar. Breakfast was delicious, and full of stories and reminiscing from the last 8 days in Missouri. After rearranging luggage and re-packing suitcases on the sidewalk, we piled into the Ford Explorer and headed to the Lambert-St. Louis International Airport. The United Airlines check-in process wasn’t exactly the easiest or smoothest we have ever experienced, ...
We went to Oyster Bay New Hampshire and visited the old house of president Theodore Roosevelt and we learned that in 1904 the Russo-Japanese War broke out because both countries saw a strategic advantage in possessing Manchuria and North Korea, but refused to divide it. Before the fighting broke out Japan introduced a possible settlement to Russian emperor Nicholas II, but he rejected the plan ...