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... onto your luggage and a media pocket to stick a phone or mp3 player in too. You can find it here.
I spent so much time planning it out and looking into things every day, now that the planning is done I'm a little sad to not be reading about all these great historical and cultural places.
Tentatively our major attractions in each city are:
- Tower of London
- Tower Bridge
- St. Paul's ...
... lt;/a> that I will use as my carry on that will work better than a small rolling bag or shoulder bag when we have to walk several blocks to a train stations with our luggage. Two rolling bags or a heavy shoulder bag just sounds like a nightmare walking the rickety streets of Rome or Venice. So, that's where I'm at preparation-wise. I will check back in later as things progress! The countdown has officially begun! <b>88 DAYS UNTIL ...
... was quite rocky with waves approaching probably 10 to 20 feet, possibly more. During my voyage I gave thought to the journey my ancestors made from Le Havre to New York in May 1854. At one point―according to family legend―my great-great-grandfather took his 7-year old daughter into his arms and said “Hannah, we’re going to die” as their voyage was apparently quite stormy. I am grateful for more modern ship building technology and good ...
Spend 3 days with the Malbone's. What a great time! They are just the sweetest couple with the cutest kids! Eric is the Tart Master as he is the artist that made my Tarts, and Clare, I didn't know much at all. Busy with kids and work leaves little ...
... toasted sandwiches for dinner and while Jamie, I think, was a little...........um, a MOUSEHUNT friend is coming to STAY? ....he was just so cool. :-)
and Dagny! what a sweetie!!!
when I left, I was following Sara to Paradise Cafe in Carmel, IN, where we met up with Peter Kelley and the Malbone's.