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60; 60; 60; 60; Got up @ 6:00 AM. Returned rental car. Making our way to Myrtle Beach to celebrate Great Grandbaby Miles 1 ...
... also called onion beef, I searched and found SelectWisely.com. They provided a solution, but I may never eat again with their list of restrictions they included. It's just cipolle, κρεμμύ 48;ι, and soğan that I need to avoid. All those other restrictions will just scare the chefs into serving me bread and water. It's nothing a Sharpie can't fix, or...I'll just skip it and go straight to the desserts.
... in Atlanta
Sep 22: Home
I'll try to update often when I find wifi on land, and Mom, you can always check on us in live time here:
http://www.seascanner.com/schiffspositi on.php?schiff=Norwegian Spirit
I'll even wave at the camera when we pass by in port. :-)
To all of our friends and family, we wish you were here! I'll have to photoshop you in!
... seriously here. You are expected to spend an hour and a half on lunch. This is necessary because the service takes that long! If you are thinking that everyone goes to have lunch at the local café, that is not the case. At 15€ for a salad and 30€ for a steak, you might see why people choose the fast food option. You should see the organized chaos at the McDonald’s. If you chose to go there you would have to wait in a line to order at a kiosk and ...
... actually in South Carolina, just over the Georgia border (rather confusing!). I went to a Fresh Market for a few snacks, driving past the Augusta National Golf Course (but could not see in). Picked up Kelly around 9pm - Augusta sure has a dinky airport for such a large city. He was ready to relax after a very long day at airports.