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... on Lincoln Ave for dinner. The food was good and it was reasonably priced.
The sun had taken its toll so we called it a night and went home to watch the NHL playoff game 5. New York had to win to stay in the series against LA and it was a very close game going to double overtime. Unfortunately LA ended up scoring the winning goal. They are the winners of the Stanley Cup 2014. We will miss watching the hockey every other night now!
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... to Joanne. For the remainder of this cruise, this was my morning ritual. Go for an early morning walk, have something to eat myself and then bring back breakfast to Joanne in our stateroom.
....a piece of chocolate, a cup of ice...and more! What does this mean, you ask? Well, for this cruise, I decided to take part in more activities. I learned that when you take part in an activity, you get a card that is signed for each one that you take part in. On the last day of the ...
... funding this trip and supporting me in all of my decisions. I would also like to thank the Oceanside School District science department, Mr. Gary, Ms. Kobes, Edison and Byron (our tour guides), and all of the amazing students who went to the Galapagos for truly making this trip a once-in-a-lifetime experience. - Noah E.
A special thanks goes out to all of those who made such an extraordinary experience possible: my parents for their support, Mr. Gary and ...
... s punch later, we were the proud owners of the mother of all hangovers and a long list of appointments for various watersports during the day. Starting at 9am with Parasailing! Followed by an afternoon of power boating through the back waters of Key West and culminating with an evening on a sunset cruise. Hanging from a parachute being towed behind a speed boat is a surprisingly effective way to cure a hangover. I'm not convinced the hangover helped the parasailing experience ...
... when Bob had lunch at the Versailles with a Cuban client, it was a modest restaurant serving typical Cuban food. Today it is huge, a tourist attraction mentioned in every guidebook. Even though my pork with yellow rice was just OK and Bob thought his lunch was not as good as he remembered, the restaurant is still heavily patronized by Cuban locals as well as Gringos and Japanese.
After lunch and an arroz con leche ...
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