Residence Inn Plainview Long Island
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... it took the taxi we called an hour to arrive, so we didn't pull into Carolyn's driveway until 7 pm.
At this point in my blog I usually summarize our tour. Well, after 116 miles of biking and almost 40 total miles of walking in every city, town, and hamlet we visited, I can say it was a fantastic ten days of sightseeing and physical exercise.
The weather couldn't have been better with temperatures from the ...
... Carolyn's must do list is a Gondola ride through the Venetian canals.
For those of you who have never heard of the Dolomite Valley, I have provided you with a brief history of the area. The Dolomites, Italian Alpi Dolomitiche, mountain group lay in the eastern section of the northern Italian Alps. The range comprises a number of impressive peaks, 18 of which rise to more than 10,000 feet. The highest point is the Marmolada (10,964 ...
... of wine accompanied by a meat and cheese platter. Food was also inexpensive based on the dollar vs. our exchange rate. The finest dinner with wine and desserts for the three of us totaled close to $75.
Getting around Mendoza & Buenos Aires was easy, as taxi's were plentiful and very inexpensive. I don't think we ever paid more than $5 including tip for a ride from one end of the city to the other.
Lauren was our translator ...
... checked twice. On entry went to our amazing seats and watch the eagles beat the Giants. The first 4 mins 2 touchdowns. Very exciting game. The crowd get right into it making it so enjoyable to watch. After the game we went and checked into our hotel. We are very lucky to get a great room with views of Times Square. We cannot see the ball drop from our room but still exciting. The weather in NY is cold but so far bearable. Not too windy. No rain or snow. We are able to ...
... sure the average visitor wouldn't know this...they'd believe them to be in the exact footprints of the two towers...the same size. What a shame. The museum, directly underneath in the subterranean darkness of what would have been the basements, was well designed. You can walk the outline of the north tower, the concrete and steel squares that the famous metal struts sat in still there...because the 9/11 families insisted they ...