Masters Inn Augusta Washington
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Long-sleeved red shirt
Long-sleeved white t-shirt (for farm work)
Black t-shirt (for farmwork)
three pairs of socks and underwear each
Slip-on flats walking shoes
... would not return until later in the day. This gave us plenty of time to check out all the changes in Aiken since our last visit. Guess what - not much has changed in this place apart from the introduction of a Mexican\sushi restaurant. (But perhaps this was here last time but we just didn't know about it) At least the weather was a lot cooler than our last visit. ...
... languages we will be mingling with in port. We are traveling with another family, and the mom, Lisa, speaks Spanish. That covers day one and two. I know enough French to order a chocolate croissant and find the bathroom. What else could be needed? That's day three, and then it gets interesting. Italian, Greek, and Turkish are a problem. I cannot eat onions. I won't stop breathing or die...just wish for death. Never wanting a repeat of what we now ...
Sep 11: Rome, Italy
Sep 12: Pompeii, Sorrento, and Positano, Italy
Sep 13: At Sea (sleep)
Sep 14: Mykonos, Greece
Sep 15: Istanbul, Turkey (if they are behaving)
Sep 16: Ephesus, Turkey
Sep 17: Piraeus (Athens), Greece
Sep 18: At Sea (more sleep)
Sep 19: Port in Venice and overnight
Sep 20: Disembark/overnight in Venice
Sep 21: Venice to PHL to ...
... I am in awe of the commitment the French have made towards these end, and not just in Paris. Most cities of substantial size have a metro or tramway system. To their credit, big cities in the US do have amazing subways and metros, but those are few far between. But I have been pondering why the rest of the US hasn't caught on to this. I have been wracking my brain as to why that is. First, in France, it would be impossible to function with cars as the only mode ...