Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Vernon
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... in the Cinque Terre. I was happy to get a room there at all, so I don’t mind not having a view (I usually don’t spend a lot of time in the room anyway).
The next few months will probably pass slowly while I’ll continue to work through the items on my checklist, and then things will accelerate to a frenetic pace as departure day approaches. Hopefully I’ll be ready!
... long shopping mall, with a lot of glitzy, high end stores. While walking through that to the departure gate, I was approached by a very attractive blond working for Christian Dior to buy some perfume. However when she found out I was single, that was the end of the conversation.
At 09:45, the gate number for my flight hadn't been listed yet. They only had area “A” shown at that point. At about 10:00 the gate number was finally posted. The ...
... Shortly after arrival there, I contracted the Flu which left me with little energy for visiting or sightseeing. However I did manage to spend some time with my relative and had a nice time, but the 10-12 hour drive home was most definitely not a pleasant one.
After resolving the question of which tour to take, it was time to decide on pre and post tour destinations. After perusal of European maps and a few guidebooks, I decided on a route that ...
Getting out of Peru gave us one more challenge! I checked the airline web site Monday morning only to find that our reservation had been cancelled. After contacting our travel agent, it turned out to be the wrong locator number....phew! When I used the correct number, everything was OK. While I was checking that out, Neva & Sandi went to get their nails done; that is another story you'll have to ask them about. So we got a taxi to the airport at 6:30 pm, plenty ...
... problem that occurred early in the trip. It was a darn nuisance hauling a dysfunctional Camera and associated gear all over Europe like a useless “boat anchor”. In the event I encounter this situation again, I’m considering two possible solutions:
(1.) Pack a spare Camera body. I do have one, so that would be an easy solution (but more gear and weight to pack around).
(2.) Rely on my ...