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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Here we are at our first stop....another driveway. The route to our destination took us by my sister's house. This allowed us to break up the trip into two relatively short drives.
This first leg of our journey is pretty routine for us having driven it many times in the past. Thus there isn't much to write about.
Now time to put down the device and enjoy the ...
The itinerary is set.
The important papers are printed.
We have our brand new Keen sandals.
And our hiking gear.
Some snacks for the plane.
Some reading materials for the plane.
A few electronics to get us through..ipad, iphone, laptop, kindle...just the basics.
I may have an organized binder filled with all of our paperwork and guides. (Don't judge me.)
This trip has been a long time ...
... Emerald Buddha is included - marvel at the splendor of an ancient Siamese court with numerous palaces used for different Royal occasions. The remainder of the day is free to explore this fascinating Asian city on our own, take an optional tour or shop.
The day is free in Bangkok for some last minute shopping or sight-seeing, before our late evening flight on to Athens.
Arrive in Athens early this morning. Transfer to your ...
... so we headed towards Geneva. While at the intersection of Routes 38 and 25, (and not on the bike trail that goes under 38 and that has been under construction all summer) someone in a car honked. It was our niece Kelly. ("Thanks for the THUMBS UP, Kel!) At the same time two other bikers (we prefer this term to cyclists!) were waving us away from the intersection pointing out that the trail opened the day before. Turned out we ...
... br> To Hallie, just, thanks. I haven't been the greatest friend in the world lately, but you've picked up the slack, and that means a lot to me.
To the rest of my far-away friends: I miss you all, wish we could talk and get together more often, and hope to see one or two of you while on this trip.
OK, I've become far too sappy. I have to go clean my bathroom now, and maybe I'll pack or something.