Travel Blogs from Foxboro
... 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
... the rest of the day to the time zone ether. It was a little like flying over Aust. Long periods of desert followed by long periods of grazing lands then farming and all the while towns appeared more frequently until cities heralded ones arrival at the Atlantic ocean. ...
... at Northeastern (it’s in the book!) and Phil, and me, are in the few people that he still recognized. He is getting worse and that is very sad. Next to a road by Crystal (the other) Lake where we talked with a WW2 vet that Phil had met and liked. He, Gunnar, and wife, both in 80s and she is still working in an insurance company! Another good visit. Café Italia for dinner tonight and home to relax.
Sept 17th-Tues-An appt ...
... t hear good news. I needed some clothes, so I bought a couple of souvenir T-shirts in the streets. That was all for the day. I got tired and went back to my hostel without eating dinner. That was because the hostel was supposed to offer free pasta. Somehow, however, they cancelled it and furthermore wifi was not available over the night. I was sick of the hostel, but I found some good clothes and snow boots in the donation box in the next morning, which made me happy.
... br> Least: $3.429/gal. (UT)
Avg: $3.802/gal. (much lower than we anticipated, so we're happy!)
Campsite price per day:
Most: $83.70 (Niagara Falls in the mid-summer at the last minute - It was worth it)
Least: $22.68 (Not horrible, but you get what you pay for)
Avg: $42.46 (Higher than last time but this was during the busy summer ...