Four Points by Sheraton Plainview Long Island
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It's time to return home. Early breakfast at 7 am, and then an 8:15 am pickup to the airport. Three other couples from the tour will be leaving with us for the airport. Ed and Wanda who joined us for dinner last night will fly with us as far as Paris. The others have connecting flights in Frankfurt.
Verona's airport is only 15 minutes away, so when we arrived we had to wait about 20 minutes before we were allowed to check in. It ...
It's been nearly seven months since we booked Vermont Bike Tour's "Italy: Cycling The Dolomite Valleys. For anyone that knows me well enough, then they know that Italy is my favorite country to visit, as I love the people, the food, and its history. Add to it now the spectacular scenery of the Dolomites, and I'm in heaven. Am I excited to go? What do you think?
We awoke this Tuesday morning to dreary rainy day with a temperature of ...
For the first time ever I slept well on our flight home. I'd say the two sleeping pills had a lot to do with it. I actually slept for 5 1/2 hours straight, then fell asleep again for almost 3 hours.
Our experience in Argentina was nonstop sightseeing. Each day offered us something new and exciting to take in. The Argentinians were very friendly, the streets were very clean, but in terrible disrepair. Graffiti was everywhere, and tours were ...
Transportation unions brought Argentina to a standstill on Tuesday with a one-day national strike to protest income tax rates and high inflation they say is eroding their earnings. Flights were cancelled, schools shut down, banks closed and thousands of businesses were shuttered along largely empty streets.
That was the news story we were faced with earlier in the week. Thankfully it was only a one day strike, and we were leaving on Friday.
... over to Madison square gardens and then got the subway down to battery park to catch the ferry to Liberty and Ellis Island. It was crazy busy again and So. Bloody. Cold. Ridiculously cold (but I was actually wearing a coat this time) We arrived at Liberty Island and then walked up to the pedestal and got great views, again it was freezing, but worth it! From there we walked up Broadway St to Trinity church and then walked down Wall ...