Ramada Plaza Long Island MacArthur Airport Hotel
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... be served shortly.
The mother and infant haven't been seen for hours. I'm pretty sure one of the stewardesses took pity on her, and moved her into business or first class. At least it's been quiet. Still haven't fallen asleep, and just finished my third movie. In few minutes we will be crossing the International Date Line, and the time will go from 12 am, to 12:01 pm. The sun has followed us during our entire flight.
Will write some more on ...
... line. Andy waved me over and we checked in to the glares of 50 angry New Yorkers looking to get out before the storm. We were lucky that we had just signed up for Global Entry which also entitles us to TSA Precheck. The security line was an hour long and we again walked past the angry mob. When we got to the gate it was already closed. Once again Gwynn played the broken foot card.
Fortunately, the flight was uneventful, ...
... to normal for August ranging from a high of 74 during the day, to a low of 54 at night. Perfect for touring and bike riding. The weather conditions on the other hand have changed day to day from rain to mostly sunny. Unfortunately the majority of the days predict a 10 to 60% chance of rain, or mostly cloudy. Certainly not great for taking pictures, but we'll have to make the best of it. Our actual bike & barge journey does not start until ...
... with our efforts for one weekend. I am currently well behind in the pool tally (I think 5-2 to GTI-owner), we'll put it down to my being too precise and not compensating for the tears/water damage on the felt.
Finally, it has not escaped our notice that we live in the woods, I have seen 3 rabbits, and while we were watching one rabbit a bluejay came and landed in the bird bath next to it. Super-awesome.
NB We don't live in Hicksville, that is where the Ikea is.
... The walk to center city was only twenty minutes, not as bad as the streets were crowded with both people and shops. The room at the Altstadt in Passau was sparse. In Weissenkirchen, the Kirchenwirt Hotel was fine, but small. We were located in an annex building as the hotel we were originally scheduled to stay in, the Raffelsbergerhof was sold out. This presented a problem if you wanted to use Wi-Fi as you had to walk a block to the main building to log on. The Ruze ...