Ramada Plaza Long Island MacArthur Airport Hotel
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... a vacation alone, and not with a tour company. Costa Rica is a beautiful country with very friendly people. We saw many wonderful sights and had many great experiences. The cuisine for the most part when we ate on our own was pretty good, but not excellent. The mango, watermelon, and especially the pineapple was outstanding. The water was definitely safe to drink. All Road Scholar tour breakfasts, lunches and dinners with a ...
... Saturday, August 17th. Indications are that the first five days on the barge, the weather will be more of the same. Steve was right on time, and by 3:15 pm I was at Carolyn's house. The taxi picked us up at 4:30 pm and by 5:45 pm we were sitting at gate B36 for our 8:20 pm flight. Sure we're here at the airport early, but now we can sit and relax and not have to worry about rush hour traffic. Upon check in my bag weighed 39 lbs., but Carolyn outdid me at ...
... this flat, he had no idea who was renting it at the time, or in fact, anything about the property, including the attached/inhabited flatette or the vacant lot next door (which he suggested we would have to mow). It wasn't bad, but it also didn't live up to the pictures/description.
Next was the mystery flat. It was much nicer, except that some of the rooms were pretty small, and it was a bit further afield than the first. No one was particularly taken with the idea of living ...
... actual semester. God knows I'll have plenty of time.
Well, I suppose that's all for now. A week from now, I'll be on a Delta flight to the Netherlands with 79 other Emerson students. Knowing my kooky classmates, they might even keep me entertained the whole time. Who knows what will happen? I'm excited to find out!