Knights Inn - Rensselaer
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... the perfect time to do it. On the road, it’s a bit more involved to get prescriptions at a different pharmacy in a different state every time I need a refill, but one quick call to my doctor and another quick call to CVS to ensure they could access the prescription and I was good to go.
When I got back to the Dairy Queen, it was jam packed full of kids and two clowns. Such a great sight! Every table was filled with families ...
In just over a month, I will be in Spain! It seems crazy how fast this is all coming, but I am so excited to have this opportunity.
I wanted to start this blog in order to keep everyone updated on my travels throughout Spain and other parts of Europe (but mostly Spain). I plan on designating at least one afternoon or evening a week to share what has been going ...
... of trade and ships from Europe and the East anchored to take on
provisions, they of course have gone now.
We came into
town particularly to see the Portuguese Cistern built in 1514, they have
left a fraction of water on the floor and the reflections of the
columns in the vaulting when viewed on the water is among real and
We wander around the old city for
awhile and then back out on the road flag down a taxi ...
Still try to absorb the experience of the Southern Caribbean cruise (and get over the unpleasant experience with US Airway), but at least I should finish this first. After doing the countdown for the past few weeks, it is time for grand finale: The Final Five. It's like the TV show "American Idol" (though there is actually no American cities in the Top 5...) Overall, in my Top 50, ...
... Canada's more open-door immigration policy, Vancouver becomes possibly the most culturally diverse city in the West Coast of the whole American continent. It definitely has the best Asian restaurants outside of Asia. Taking ferry west, in three hours, you can reach the English-flavor town of Victoria. Where the Royal British Columbian Museum is one of the best in Canada. Traveling north, passing through fjords ...