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... happiness and joy that can only be compared to that in the heart of the little 6 year old boy who lead our eager pack across the final state line. In that awesome moment, I was so fortunate to share my dream within a dream with many special people and it was one of the best days of my life.
WE DID IT!
Yes. WE... for I did not, and could not have traveled alone and successfully completed this journey. I have written often about the kind souls who ...
... walk by the harbour; it would have been lovely other than that I could only look at my feet with all the wind and rain!! The museum was commissioned by Jacqueline Kennedy and she wanted to choose a spot that was on the sea to reflect his nautical passion and look onto the seas he would sail and protect when in Hyannis (Cape Cod) on holiday; said to be him most relaxing and happiest times. The museum started with an exhibit on JFK's funeral and the announcement of ...
... br> to Spokane.
I'll spend one night at the 'Hotel Ruby'. On Tuesday, I'll
get my bike packed up to travel and then shoot for an interview at the
I'll post some pictures and write more in depth as I go along.
Just can't wait to start
'Wow' came to mind a number of times on this fun packed evening. The arena wasn't huge, but for that we were grateful, being seated 50 ft up (2nd to last row). We could still see the game and there was also a massive screen for the finer details.
For the same price as a Port Vale match ticket you can't complain, but what we will complain about is, that in order to purchase alcohol as a foreign visitor you must have your passport and nothing ...
... degree view of Boston and a useful audio guide. We can see right into Fenway Park; although there are no games going on at 11 o’clock in the morning.
From the Pru Center we head to Boston Public Gardens / Boston Common to start the Freedom Trail, leading to significant historic locations. We start off following the red path, then somehow it disappears and we end up following our own trail. One which leads to The Hub Pub ...