Hotel St. Nicholas
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... her grandson got in the middle and yelled with Jamie. Our site supervisors and Lori's other grandchildren were in the circle, too; I like when other folks join in, it makes it more fun. They reignite the excitement and promise of the day and the opportunity for faith. The actual building today was a little tricky; there was some arguing between supervisors on correct measurements and lengths and we were caught a bit in the middle. Everything sorted itself out eventually. ...
Slept well. Took my first shower in the RV. Went as well as could be expected. I was able to get to all my parts and get in a good scrubbing. I did finish the hot water just as I was completing the shower. Cindy did not wait quite long enough for the water to reheat, so she had to work quickly.
Got the oil changed in the RV today. ...
... the whole way up. Still, as soon as I got off that train I was so dizzy I didn't think I could walk. I felt almost faint. They told me to just sit down and drink more water. Which I did, but I couldn't walk around the summit too much. At 27 degrees, I am not sure I would have wanted to though. The rain they had in Colorado Springs was snow up at the summit of Pikes Peak, which was beautiful but without a winter coat ...
... machine was the Holiday Inn Express at the Munich airport. The restaurants also did not serve ice with any of our drinks.
Water – Only one restaurant served water in a glass. Typically when we asked for water we received water in a glass bottle. And the default water is carbonated like a seltzer or tonic water. A person had to ask for “still” water if they wanted the uncarbonated version.
And thus ends our journey.
... going on, it will make a change from Paella sickness (so much for eating local)
Flights number 6 and 7
Airports number 7 8 and 9
and we are up to country number 5 USA, Costa rica , Belize, Guatemala and Mexico.
Off to Pike's Peak today, managed to get on the 12:00 train, and reached the top about an hour and 15 mins later. Quite spectacular ride up with some of the gradients at 25%, that is steep. On the top we were at 14,115 feet above sea ...