Hyatt Place Germantown
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... seemed to exude from the visitors to a Buddhist temple in Varanasi, and we were inspired by our visit to a women’s cooperative where the workers have gained a degree of financial independence and the promise of retirement income through the manufacture of beautiful handmade crafts that are now sold all across India.
One of our favorite parts of the trip was simply sitting on our bus as we traveled through towns and villages and observing everyday life. Everywhere, ...
... care of by our pet and house sitter Annie.
Over the next sixteen days, our travel group will explore Delhi, Jaipur, Ranthambore National Park, where we will go on a search for the Indian tiger, the Taj Mahal at Agra, Khajuraho, where ninth and tenth century erotic stone carvings are located, and finally, a cruise on the Ganges at Varanasi. Along the Ganges we will see many beautiful temples. On the banks people will likely be ...
“Why Turkey?” It's a question some friends immediately asked upon hearing our latest travel plans with Overseas Adventure Travel (OAT). We have to admit it is not a destination either of us would have likely picked on our own. However, many of our OAT travel colleagues have said that their travel to Turkey's ...
... I am excited.
This is my first blog, and my friend and neighbor, Bob Wallace, has been my consultant. THANKS BOB! I hope I can pull this off since I have told quite a few folks to look for it.
I have already run into a problem as my first blog didn't work quite right. So keep your fingers crossed.
... evening after sundown and began the 17-hour sprint across the American Heartland to the Badlands, driving through Tennessee, Arkansas, Missouri, Iowa, Nebraska and South Dakota. While we spent 17 hours actually driving, the trip itself took nearly 21 hours, with us arriving a little before 7pm on Friday.
Somewhere in northern Missouri we hit 2,000 miles, of course bumping Rihanna to mark the occasion. We decided to have breakfast at Betty's Diner in ...