Holiday Inn Express Bakersfield
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... wanted to drink after a jippy belly last night – did not end until 3.30pm.
Jack in the Box looks just like a McDonald’s to me. I had a custom-made burger with cheese and salad in it, with fries, and Coke. While I was waiting I saw a big framed notice on the wall with lots of numbers printed on it in small text. From a distance it looked like some kind of legal notice that was there because it had to be and that no ...
... and Finland. This would save a few hours but not a significant amount. I think we will wait until we actually start that portion and then decide the route.
For now it looks like we will drive from the Munich area to Hamburg then up thru Denmark to Bergen to see the Grieg House. From Bergen we will go to Oslo then into Sweden. At that point we do not have a set ...
... with that assignment. So now I’m going to get a taste of what some of my co-workers did.
I’ve already packed, pretty unusual for me; usually I’m finishing up as I dash off to the airport. But I’m packed; got a large duffle bag, a large wheeled suitcase, a wheeled carry-on, camera backpack, purse and a tote bag. Each of the large bags is just ounces less than
50#’s. The wheeled carry-on is over 35#.
I strap ...
... about a nervous wreck by the time we get through there! Ike is complaining because he can't get over from the "speed lane" to make our exit, I'm saying "it might help if you used your signal so people can understand your intentions", the GPS is squawking to "Turn Right In 200 Feet" for the millionth time and I just want to GET OUT OF THE VEHICLE!!! I wouldn't live in Phoenix just because of the traffic and ...
... ahead of the group, trying to maintain a good distance between us, as I knew I’d struggle to keep walking if I could see people getting further ahead of me, I also wanted to keep my heavy breathing and red face to myself. I managed to stay ahead until the first set of benches, which was about a mile of the way, but was forced to take off my jumper as the sun beating down had made for a little trickle of sweat on my neck, and a nice bright red face too. A few of ...