Holiday Inn Express Rensselaer
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... Queen, where the newspaper came out to take photos and interview John. I went along and had a chance during shows to get a lot of work done, including sponsor phone calls and catching up on the blog. The senior center had unsecured wi-fi (bless them) so I set up a temporary office in the lobby and typed fast and furiously.
The Dairy Queen was across the street from a CVS and since I needed to refill a prescription, I figured that ...
... extraction plant and this time there was a lot of
conveyor belts leading down to a wharf for obviously transport to its
We drove on into the city, looked around for
a parking spot, found nothing, found no camp ground signs, so we
decided to head on towards Marrakesh, and just as we almost got out of
the city, we stopped checked the Internet and found there was a camp
ground about 6 km away, no GPS settings, there was a ...
... Emirates only flies to Johannesburg but not Cape Town (the starting point of my African Overland Trip), I have to make my own way from Jo'Burg to Cape Town. Should I travel by land (more than 18 hours!) or by air? I have flown this route (Jo'Burg to Cape Town) before when I first visited South Africa in 2000. However, I actually want to see the scenery by land this time. So let's see.... The weather ...
... this "second largest French speaking city in the world" more. It is a North American city with a European heart, while constantly is confused with its own identity and direction (I can very much relate to that personally). Still struggling to define itself as the province of Quebec cannot decide it is "Canadian" or not, the bilingual Montreal has actually turned into a multicultural ...
... digitalized from a picture taken in 1995) of me and Amsterdam on my website... 7. Vancouver, Canada (Including Whistler, Victoria and some other towns on Vancouver Island): Sort of like my "second hometown," I've lived there for sometime in late 20 century. Its topographical setting is stunning and mesmerizing. Though it rains a lot, its ever changing cloud and light patterns actually makes its ambience more interesting. ...