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... in a coffee shop in the main street. It turned out that the cafe had since closed but I had a great day mooching around thrift stores and taking photos.
The area that I was staying in was blessed with place names such as Pleasant Hill and Upper Happy Valley but you’d never know so from the bad tempers of its drivers. I don’t have enough fingers to count the times I was hooted at for doing this or for doing that. I tell you, ...
... us a room at the Livermore DoubleTree Hotel which is right around the corner from where she lives. After getting the kids calmed down and watching a movie, Suzi and I were able to escape the crowd and visit both Lisa and Tami as the worked Friday night.
The grandkids and greatgrandkids are always delighted to see Grandma Suzi and it is always delightful for us to spend time with family.
... night. Working all week in the mines does that. None of the other six dwarfs could make it. But Alexi, the son of my brother John the Greek was already there with Tanya, a very nice woman from Australia.
They are short but no one mistook them for dwarfs. I also speak nearly perfect strain, so no problemo. We quickly caught up on Alexi's IT projects and the latest on the home front. He was headed to Alameda to spend ...
... I am blessed that she was willing to treat me and get my chi circulating again!!
Well, then the week was over and we headed (in California traffic) to the airport for our 9:45 pm flight to New Zealand.
(We are here now, but I have had trouble finding time to update the blog, so you will need to wait a few days until I update about what we are up to here in nz!!!!)
... happen. Something I really want to do is to take the Trans-Siberian railroad from Moscow to Beijing (through Mongolia), but that will have to wait for another time.
St. Petersburg, also known as Petrograd (from 1914 to 1924) and Leningrad (from 1924 to 1991), is located far to the north, on the Gulf of Finland which empties in to the Baltic Sea. It was built in 1703 by Tsar Peter the Great (one of the greatest ...