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... happy to have a captive audience at 4 am. So I am impressed that the boys are still moving. They made it thru the car and train area of the Museum and then we started seeing the signs of a meltdown. Time to find food and rest. We did exactly that, we went back to the hotel to shower, rest and eat. We made a dinner reservation for Christmas Eve dinner at Logan Tavern. It is close to our hotel and turned out to be incredible!! I waiter, Max ...
... that explains anything, but I used to be in my
early thirties myself and I was never a party to the type of foresight Mrs
Henry credits “young people today” with.
Mrs Henry and myself will keep a watching brief over the girth of US police personel. Mrs Henry remembered that there was this New York Mayor not all that long ago (ten, twenty years?) who introduced the notion of zero tolerance and she thinks that that is the reason
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Yep, I’ve definitely hit that marathon-trip/jetlag bout of travel insanity.
Finally made it home at 11:12 p.m. and crossed the finish line. I left my Bangkok apartment at 5 a.m. local time. It’s now 10:12 a.m. Friday in Bangcock. Uh, that’s Bangkok. My brain is fried! Total travel time today: 29 hours 12 minutes.
Online, bed prep, and bed at 2:09 a.m.
This completes my Bangkok travel blog. Thanks for reading!