Comfort Inn Plymouth
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We'll have been here a week by the time we leave on Tuesday, and it's
been fabulous to find time with so many old friends - including the
unexpected bonus of being parked near Jan & Steve - who are close
friends who now live in Arizona!!
Tomorrow, we're going to the Mill City Museum with Fran - should be another fun ...
... heard some great “Jazz Manouche”, or Gypsy Jazz – this was especially fun after visiting a temporary exhibit earlier in the day about the life and career of Django Reinhardt, a guitar great who played that style. The music was a wonderful end to our trip. I put a few ...
... the evening, we took a cab out to a restaurant called Northeast Social, which was very good, and fun, with a pressed tin ceiling and old brick architecture. We met Amy and her partner, and it was great to reconnect.
Amy and Igor drove us back to the hotel (which was very nice of them), then we had drinks at the hotel bar, since it was included with our room. Then, to bed.
... for those of you who may not be so familiar with my trip here is a brief overview of my first few weeks-
July 28: Depart Minneapolis (layovers in Huston and Tokyo)
July 29: Arrive in Hong Kong at night (meet up with Tom)
Aug 1: Depart Hong Kong and arrive in Manila
Aug 3: Depart Manila and arrive in Boracay
Aug 7: Depart Boracay (and leave Tom) and arrive in Bangkok where I will be living
... lost and adventure around the beautiful city. It was built around the idea of parks, and several small lakes and streams were tied together with paths that I drove around and walked along. Street art graced the side of buildings and covered abandoned storefront windows. People from all walks of life crowded the sidewalks, and I fell in love with the hustle and bustle yet laid back feeling from the many restaurants and coffee shops, book stores, ...
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