Comfort Inn Easton
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Breakfast Available
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Refrigerator in room
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Our journey home begins uneventfully. We see the start of King's Day on our way to the airport that, too, has a festive air. The first leg of our flight, Amsterdam to London is short and smooth; the second part, from London to Philadelphia does not begin well. Heathrow requires that passengers changing planes (even on the same airline) go through security, and for some reason I am profiled. Both I and my hand luggage are patted, x-rayed and thoroughly searched. Once ...
Home and already looking for another way leave. Maybe I'll try teaching English overseas. I can travel, see the world, and get paid for it. Found this pretty reputable school in Prague that I can afford and I could get a job straight away since I'll have an internationally recognized ...
... sea side town with old buildings, narrow streets and large yachts moored to the docks.
We had crab for lunch. It was good. Then headed out around the old town. We toured around the old capital, the old houses and inns.
Decided to take in a show in the evening so we went to see the movie A Team. A good movie for those of us who grew up watching the TV show in the 80's.
... go from school to school setting up assemblies for little boys and little girls. They have to get all their equipment into the schools on a very unsturdy cart.
They have to set everything up and make sure each picture in lined up just right.
... the eastern shore. At least we were making a decent 6-7 knots in the Chesapeake chop. Finally we had to furl the genoa and motor directly upwind for a couple hours. The wind backed again opposite Herrington Bay and we were able to unfurl the genoa again and made good time for awhile.
Finally we rounded Tolly Pt. and entered the Severn River and shortly thereafter reached the mouth of Back Creek. ...