Hearthstone Inn Sydney
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... of course the good old US of A was a somewhat reluctant and tardy entrant. The Jost Heritage House Museum nestled in amongst a busy neighbourhood was well worth seeing. It dates back 1786 and was occupied as a family home until the 1960s. Local people dressed in period costumes provided a guiding service and entertained as well as educated us. Just down the street was St George's Anglican Church, which again was staffed by volunteers who were only too ready to give a narrative ...
... the music begins slow much as a waltz or as a march, but as the music continues, the tempo increases and increases, and increases…. During the latter's performance the tempo increased so much that I was exhausted just tapping my foot and clapping my hands.
We then went back to the demonstration hall on our own to look at the displays and read about the ancient Scottish, the clans, and their lives.
It was another great ...
... the past few months. All good things come to an end sometimes I said to myself as I boarded my flight to Beijing, China. I left the hot city of Bangkok, Thailand in my sandals, t-shirt, and shorts and when I got to Beijing I was hit with the cold wind and below 0 temperatures. I put my coat on and changed into some warmer clothes while I waited around in the Beijing airport. I had about a 7 or 8 hour layover in Beijing so ...
... it was Italian night so our waiters were dressed in red or green horizontal striped shirts with matching dickie. They really stood out from the guests.
For dinner I had:
- Minestrone soup
- Sea scallops and shrimp in light cream sauce crowned with floppy potatoe mash (I didn't like it.)
- Tiramisu with espresso, zabaglione cream and bittersweet cocoa
... going to be delayed by 4 hours, we
headed out on the journey. Off we were on Thursday morning, all full of vim and
vigor, packed and ready to hit the road, ready to rumble, going down the road,
on vacation. Well, that was not to be, because as we were heading into Lower to
Sackville, and I was thinking about the trip and running through my mind what
we had packed etc… when shazzam, I remembered, that we had forgot one ...