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Sometimes we could walk faster between bus stops in NYC than the bus driver could drive!
It was a fabulous trip and thanks to Dave's extensive planning, we saw everything we wanted to see and did everything we wanted to do - a few places we might like to return to but only after we see what else is out there. Great travels to all of you. Not sure what is next for us!
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Sunday, September 28th, - Kansas City, MO
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