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We got up at 6:45, had breakfast and the van was there to pick us up. Mark paid for the van and the tip for the driver. He is so generous. The driver wasn't sure which way to go when we left the hotel because so many streets were closed due to the flooding. It had rained most of the night. We found out from the doorman at the Cliff House that we could go back out the one way street past the hotel. Mark called us today to make sure we got home ...
... indicates that I rode 676.4 miles yesterday. The most I have done in a day and an amount i would not relish repeating anytime soon. I made it home for a supper waiting for me. It is good to be back home and I will try to put off all the things waiting to be done for at least a couple hours.
Thanksforreading the postings and your comments. The Lord was gracious in His protection.
... I actually went to book the flights, I waited until the afternoon on a Tuesday because I had read an article that said seats often go on sale in the afternoons in the middle of the week. Sure enough, the price had dropped $60 from that morning. One other interesting thing, my Mom had to pay about $50 more than my grandparents simply because the airline only offered "2 more seats at this price". She didn't mind too much.
We each ended ...
... river cruising, too. It's a more relaxed pace of travel, often spending half days just lounging on the deck. We get to see a variety of cities- both small and large. The typical clientele is much older which was a selling point to get my Grandparents on board (literally!). Best of all, river boats are much smaller- only 140 passengers on the AmaDolce. That's compared to the 3,000 people we shared our Mediterranean cruise ...
... swans, Mexican wolf, Bison, Reindeer, Moose, Deer and Black and Brown Bears. But the main attraction for Zach was the Barn (AKA Old Mac Donald’s Farm) which had a petting zoo so he was in heaven petting the sheep and the goats.
There were also pony rides and guess how much they cost a $1. So much cheaper than Perth. All Chris keeps saying after reading a recent article is Perth is the most expensive city to live in the Southern hemisphere. Zach was very brave and ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center