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... we are over Hudsons Bay. Had breakfast 11\2 hours before we landed. Flight landed on time in Frankfurt. Had an hour and 10 minutes to get to gate in Frankfurt. Funny we went through passport check, but had to go through security again, no problems for either us. They did tag our bags as first off the plane so they made to flight to Rome.So we will ...
... years ago and not much has changed although because of the time of year it was fairly dead. It’ll be rammed come July. Needless to say both myself and Rosie enjoyed it, lots of little traditional vintage and craft shops, great views out to see and we even got talking to an old salty sea dog about the perils of the sea at the fisherman’s memorial sculpture. We managed to get our hands on some home comforts in the form of proper fish and chips, none of this ...
... began. The flight to Vancouver took 46 minutes, and I killed a little time afterwards chatting with Christina, a girl I know from Prestons restaurant who was on her way to Victoria for the weekend. I then parked myself where I am now, just down from Gate C41, where all the restaurants are, and more importantly....where all the plug ins are to charge my devices. It's almost time to board....I hope the rest of the trip to New York is a little smoother than what today has been so far ...
... you'll understand how great it was to take part in a training session with Clive Lawton all about creating a new Limmud event. It's fascinating to see Limmud from a different perspective and very difficult to not try to make it the same as Conference.
... 8 or 9 year old daughter sat in front of us with her arm always around the young girl. As we were listening to this live performance that included Vivaldi’s Four Seasons which is one of my favorites but I’ve never heard performed live, I realized that although I love being in the country, I really need to have access to live music and concerts. And that means living near a university or a certain size city. That was a clear awareness.
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