Fairfield Inn Hudson
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... Canada for a week of fishing. At this point I really have no idea what to pack. My camera equipment, electronics and personal items usually fit in a bag this size:) Any suggestions on must have clothing items for people who have traveled abroad would be appreciated!
... moth eaten, over sized shirts and general unkempt appearance, touts still remained convinced that we were high rollers, looking for a sweet deal on a private box for the ball game.
After the show and another night of 4 star bliss at the Central Plaza we boarded another flight, this time to Chicago for a gig at a famous venue named Schuba's. As you enter Schuba's, it has the appearance of a standard American gastro bar but if you venture through a set of double doors at ...
... School at 7:45am, at the Minnesota State Fairgrounds in Saint Paul. We discovered the blinkers still didn't work! Beep Beep! We were told that there was a big vintage car show there, but we weren't ready to find the 90,000 people there to look at 12,000 cars. It was a bit crowded, but we had a special place just for the Great Race Cars at the Grandstands. We walked to the Birth Center Building for ...
... times. I've been through the ropes a couple times, if you know what I mean.
Like I said, happens to us all occasionally.
Well. Most seasoned travelers will just knowingly nod but for you noobies out there, here's a HIGHLY USEFUL travel tip.
Are you ready for it?
It doesn't work very well. All that happens is you end up rushing around panicking when you can't find what you need ...
As it was our turn to go through the window, we pulled up with dread. I handed the woman border officer our passports, she said good morning, she typed in her computer, and then asked one question. Where are you coming from? I told her we had been in the Peace Corps in Guatemala and driven back by land and we were on our way to Tucson to visit my sister. She nodded. Typed some more. Then she walked around to the front of our car and ...