Botel Fire Island Pines
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... fussy. Earphones are usually free and you get new ones - not bad for the movies. I had bought a pair of noise reducing earphones and felt it wasn't work the hassle of packing them.
21. How much can you carry on? Check with your airline, most allow 1 carry-on like a 21-22 inch roller bag and a personal item (pocketbook.) On a few flights these might not fit and they will take them from you at the last minute so you will get them back right away when you deplane (as soon as you walk ...
... Due to the storms and strong headwind it took over 6 1/2 hours. The next stressful event related to the GPS device we rented. I had printed out directions to the hotel but Gwynn thought it would be a good idea to get a GPS so she wouldn't have to be the one to get out and ask directions when we got lost. Trouble was the GPS was giving us the wrong directions. It wanted me to drive into the Bay. It was worse than useless because it ...
... we loved being outdoors, and the exercise the tour provided. We just wish we had biked through more small villages. The tour guides were excellent, especially Ed who had been biking this route for the past 14 years. He led us on all walking tours, and was very knowledgeable about each area. Erik was fairly new to VBT, so I believe he was learning on the go. VBT had arranged pre and post tours, and the amount of days allotted in Amsterdam, Bruges and Brussels was right ...
... We sat up on the top deck which was good but the plug in ear pieces were very crackly to listen to for the guided tour. Anyhow had the lay out of the land and it was nice and sunny. It certainly is a rat race and all those yellow taxis.
We checked out Cenrtal Park via bicycles that we hired and ended up out on the road for about 40 blocks in the traffic with cars as you are not supposed to ride on ...
... me to say "Sorry, I'm not that kind of doctor", which I have been waiting to do!
Next flight was from SF to NY, a 6 hour flight, once again sat next to a real-life New Yorker. This guy was a journalist from Reuters, and was generally more pleasant than the other guy. During this flight I started to get a bit beyond tired, occasionally nodding off for a minute at a time.
Arrived at JFK slightly early, a big fat guy was waiting for me at baggage ...
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