Red Roof Inn Baton Rouge
Travel Blogs from Baton Rouge
... Sailaway at 6 pm
Day 4, May 13 T Rovinj: Market (truffles, dried figs), Walk to the Cathedral of St. Euphemia; visites Rovinj Aquarium with Tyler's
Day 5 May 14 W Split: Market (bread, olive oil, cheese), Diocletian's Palace, San Gregorie, Market
Day 6 May 15 Th Dubrovnik: Market (Louis's "frog", candied orange rinds), Fiary, Aerial Bus (Roger, Cindy and John)
... of detail that the artists were able to achieve is truly amazing.
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We had actually toured the Doge's Palace the previous day with John and Cindy but decided to include a description of the Palace in this posting because of the physical relationship of the two structures. ...
... in plastic bags were collected from doorways, dumped into a specially designed cart and then lifted on board the boat with a small derrick. As the cart was lowered over a hold on the boat, levers were automatically activated which opened hopper doors at the base of the cart thus dropping the collected garbage into the hold. Within the hold a hydraulic ram could be activated to compress the garbage and create additional space for disposal. These boats stream ...
... yielding a total of about 150 oars.
A very early map of the Atlantic Ocean (Mare Del Nort) and the surrounding land masses presented a reasonably accurate depiction of the United States and the West Indies.
One scale model depicted a two lateen sail configuration with an unusual forward rake on the "jib mast." (that's probably not the correct term for that spar-can someone help?)
Back to our starting point with 4557 miles and 672 gallons of fuel behind us.
We really enjoyed the experience although we were gone for 17 days; it seems some stops weren't long enough, but we were all getting a bit homesick.
We were blessed with ...