- Continental Breakfast
- Refrigerator in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- High-speed internet in room
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... of the stops so we're all in. I just hope there's a good masseuse at each stop.
Okay, so how did we get here? Well, since I started cycling as a replacement for running I've watched Tour de France reruns while winter training in the basement. Over the years I noticed several key mountain summits that seem to be regulars on the tour and I often wondered...what's it like to climb that? At one point ...
Spent the morning shovelling snow, washing the car so it could go into storage and repacking my pack. All very good distractions from the thought that I would soon be on plane, flying to the other side of the world to spend 3 months traipsing around foreign countries where I know no one & nothing.
Now, as I sit near my gate waiting for my boarding ...
We made it! Good to be home. I just flopped on the couch after unloading the truck and getting some of our clothes put away to punch out a fee notes now that we're back. It was another really awesome day. We started with a really solid breakfast at The McIntosh Inn, and then it was off to see the battlefield at Chrysler's Farm. That was simply amazing for me. Joseph was the only other brave soul to jump out of the truck and join me on ...
We headed over for drinks with ricardo and the sales and service team. After that we walked/biked to harbor front for the PanAm food fest. Guillermo, eric and Cynthia came with me. Carla, diego, juan david y margie got there. Good times and beers ...
... saying then, is that I have no idea what distance I will travel or how long it will take.
I'm assuming something close to the above approximate distance though, with an estimated time frame of 2-2.5 months. This is based on nothing scientific whatsoever, and doesn't allow for inclement weather, wind direction (I'm going against the ambient wind apparantly), hills/mountains, mechanical hitches, bears, cougars or just getting plain lost.