Comfort Inn & Suites Walla Walla
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... lots of long fences.... I was still remaining around 500' above the ground, as at 1000' it was bumpy and 1500' the full headwind effect was in force.
After a few hours, on the horizon, it looked the paddocks, sorry, fields, just fell away, and the ground had subsided - and it sort of had! I then flew over some intriguining rock formations, which were part of the Theodore Roosevelt National ...
... sentences, I have no idea. But they are all that remain in my long-term memory folder labeled "German Language." Apparently, left to my own devices I could subsist on beer and chocolate ice cream. Good to know.
That I love ice cream is no secret. I always have which may help explain why this photo was taken of Ingrid, my family's housekeeper, in front of the Eis Cafe. (left) I think this was during our excursion to ...
... We raced down the hill to meet it as it slowed before turning--in the direction where we wanted to go! Again, I can't remember if we jumped in the car uninvited for fear of this being our only chance, or if I explained our situation in my halting French, and then were invited to ride, but we did ride and eventually made it to Marrakesch by nightfall.
Here's to making new Moroccan memories that will last another 45 years!
... they've been a leader in educational travel since 1975 and now offer 5,500 educational tours in all 50 states and 150 countries.
It is the the educational aspect that initially piqued our interest and, in the end, is why we chose this tour experience over others we looked at, especially to a part of the world which neither of us know much about. Besides, Rick Steves does not travel to Morocco, and we were ready ...
... which means the most-crowded sites. For all but two of the tours, the four of us--Doug and me along with Lisa and Dan, our travel buddies--were the only participants. On the other two tours we were four among 12 people. Not once were we disappointed in the guides nor in what we were able to see!
That said, none of these private tours were for the feint of heart or the weak in body as we walked everywhere--on uneven cobblestone surfaces, up ...