Days Inn and Suites Albany
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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... and majesty is awe inspiring...
On to the Parthenon...OMG...I can not tell you what went through my head when I saw it....something like...WOW, OH WOW, OH MY GOD, THINK OF THE HISTORY THIS HAS SEEN, THIS IS 2600 YEARS OLD!!!! OH MY GOD!!!!!!!!!!!!
The Parthenon is an engineering wonder...it is not plum, it was designed with curves so that from the eye's view of it, it looks straight. That is why it survived earthquakes. It is ...
... Coffee-Food-Snacks" almost got us too! We begged off for later, he gave us his card and told us he was open 24 hours a day...waiting for us!!!
Those Greeks, always on the lookout for more business....
We spent the rest of the evening admiring the view from our balcony, taking beautiful picture after beautiful picture.
Good night, tomorrow the Acropolis and on to our awaiting ship, the Seabourn Sojourn.
Love,Dar and Mary
... last night. TomTom takes us in the direction of the Rainbow bridge to get back on US soil and as we go over the bridge we get one last excellent view of Niagara Falls. We all say see you later and suggest we won't be coming back. TomTom (who actually sounds like a lady) gets us to the dentist in a nice 30 minutes, Cooper jumps out still all positive and smiles, the rest of the boys stay in the car with Mitch so as not to create too much of ...
... right in there because I was protecting my cameras...and clothes. All for naught. Thank goodness I thought to buy water proof bags for cameras and wallets for Paul and I. They worked. We were soaked even though they give you rain ponchos and water sandals. Pretty nice shoes for giveaways. A MUST DO!
So we headed out to make it to one of our Roadtrippers.com odd locations before it closed. We went ...
... a longer 3-4wks from Oregan down the Rockies and into Colorado that I did on the first trip (the route is the first section of the TransAm route on Adventurecycling.com).
However, the Canal was finished and I only had 190m left to go! I checked into my hotel, which thankfully was virtually in front of me when I finished the trail and it was also next to one of the longest standing and most famous eateries in Albany - a place ...