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Travel Blogs from Groveland
... lanterns to warn
of the British advance. Finally, this culminated in the Battle of Bunker Hill.
Its huge monument provides a significant memento of the battle where Americans
were no longer to be messed with. After this academic journey through history,
I figured it was only right and proper to visit this place called Harvard
University. It’s a big deal apparently. I was awed by the huge buildings, an
extensive campus where many of the great ...
... a fine dining place on the ship, for Henry's 70th celebration. We had a degustation menu on 8 courses of very well presented, balanced and delicious food. It was again a lovely family time together!
The next day we left the ship, John and Marc picked up the hire cars and we drove to Orlando- a 3-4 hour drive- with the 11 of us. We arrived at our hotel and settled in. It was a day of travel again and we were exhausted!
I can't believe we have been married one year today! How better to celebrate than to visit Diagon alley, hogsmead and hogwarts of course! We get up and about relatively early since the jet lag is on our side at the moment. Even first thing in the morning the heat is intense! There are two seperate universal parks here in Florida, the universal studios and the island of adventure. All things Harry potter are spread across the ...
... Hotel, tell gate guard you are having breakfast there, park in self-parking, take free boat ride from Boardwalk to EPCOT. Makes for traffic-free exit after IllumiNations.
· There is a secret entrance to Animal Kingdrom through Rain Forest Cafe’s gift shop.
· Animal Kingdom … very last path to ...
... with Colorado and we responded with Guyana. With extreme surprise in his voice he said, "In South America?" Then he followed with, "I'm from Berbice!" Berbice is a town on the east coast of Guyana. We had a lengthy conversation with him.
He had left Guyana with his parents when he was five. He has never been back. He and his parents had moved to Toronto, Canada. He shared that one of his cousins had returned to Guyana. He had invested ...