Land's End Motel
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... I was thinking next time I see one I'm just gonna throw my shoe at it and hopefully that will do the trick).
To be 100% honest with you, besides the bees(which were big, but left you alone), that was the only bug I saw the entire time I was there!
When we were finallllly done in the airport we got picked up by the guys from CCS
Mind you: no one speaks English.. and if they do, it is so poor. The vans did not have a CCS logo on it, and ...
... so put out, I felt compelled to let her know that I wasn't happy with her manners, and that I wouldn't be back. This is the first time I have done this to someone, if it gives you an indication of the poor service. This almost seems a hallmark of American service, it's either great (Guitar Center, Radio Shack) or ***** (Dunkin' Donuts, HSBC). No middle ground.
Also I saw a falcon.
(As you may have guessed, I didn't take many photos this week)
... I read messages about missing loved ones and felt grateful I knew that my mom was safe.
The next day, my brother called. He was heading down from Vermont, down from one of the worst-hit areas of last year’s Hurricane Irene, to help. He was getting a generator and he was coming home.
I don’t know if Long Beach, NY, is still my home. Kauai feels like my home today. But Long Beach will always be my hometown. It’s where ...
... slowed down in the driving. Of course in true Italian mom tradition, there was speidini and baked ziti waiting for us when we got to my brother's house. Thank you mom, it was delicious. This morning, breakfast at moms,some time with mi fratello (brother) and leave for JFK around 2:00 P.M. Then ready or not Belgium, here we come. Thank you Steve for touring the New York Airports with us. Thanks to all for your well wishes. We know we will have ...
... was officially underway. So what exactly are we trying to brace our mental stamina against anyway? Here's a selection of some of the things we've read and heard from reputable sources:
The Lonely Planet guide book shares, "Cycling through Iceland's dramatic landscape is a wonderful way to see the country, but you should be prepared for some harsh conditions along the way. Gale-force winds, driving rain, sandstorms, sleet and sudden flurries of snow are ...
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