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The queen arrived in Boston on Sunday, May 8, 1887, then spent the next six days visiting three churches, two historical sites, and three schools. There were also multiple receptions held in her honor including one hosted by the mayor, another by the governor, and a very large public reception. She also hosted a reception at her hotel, and received …
A couple of big days in NYC had Paul awake with the man flu on the morning we were to head to Boston. A slow start to the day had us forget about a bike ride around Central Park and concentrate on some much needed sleep. A cunning lady at Penn Station had mastered a great way to make cash. She asked if we had a metro card and if she could have them …
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... Chicago airport was certainly a different story - crowded, with lots of eating and shopping stuff. We had a quick lunch of hot sandwich (which was actually quite good). Then while waiting, I got a large bag of Chicago famous popcorn, half buttery, half caramel. You should see the line at that popcorn shop - at least 20 people for almost 2 hours straight. It was right across from our gate B8 and I could not resist the temptation when the line dwindled ...
Dubrovnik, Croatia was on Marcia's bucket list and I barely know where it is.
Yugoslavia is a mystery to me - the only time I was on the Adriatic was when I went backpacking with my college roommate Bill Eckstein through Europe with a Eurail pass and the only way to get to Greece was from an overnight ferry from Brindisi, Italy.
In the 70's, Yugoslavia was Communist and ...