Holiday Inn Mt. Kisco (Westchester Cty)
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After a nice sleep. I find myself doing little errands and slowly and I mean slowly unpacking.
It was a very long day of travel yesterday. My fellow travelers all know how I feel.
I want to thank Mickey for doing a great job of helping us with our tube travel and arranging for the Leros Pick up. Both went extremely smoothly.
I am sure all of you will have ample opportunities to take in what your ...
... of the road exercising as you do in the middle of Harlem. Just called for photo op ... Made interesting conversation while we found another subway line the one we were supposed to catch was on fire! Finally work out the express train system on the subway .... Tiff and I left the group to visit Macys as our last chance .... Wow! Luved the old wooden escalator. New York would not ...
Well, the day has arrived!
I leave today with Steve, Lindsay, Joey, Bella and Mrs. Sandak.
As always, you are trying to remember the things you will forget.
Anticipation mixed with anxiety.
You plan and hope that all your plans work out.
Then those blessed surprises!
John Lennon wrote "Life happens when your busy making plans".
We will go where the road leads us and celebrate our adventures.
Talk to you all tomorrow.
I found this really cool interactive map to show where I'll be on what dates. Obviously there will be additional locations and additional adventures along the way. So check back often.
Wikipedia, ever the most erudite of sources, states that "down the rabbit hole" is a metaphor for adventure into the unknown, from its use in Alice's Adventure in Wonderland". Although 2014's epic adventure is as planned out as any such adventure could be, there is still much to be unknown.
RabbitWhole is not only about the "hole" as the conduit for the unknown journey, but about the ...