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Top 10 Moments/Experiences 10.Traveling by train from country to country 9. French fries with mayo 8. Waffles in Brussels available all day long 7. Chocolate croissants 6. A daily fresh, warm baguette from the boulangerie 5. Cruising Lake Geneva 4. Picnic next to the Seine River in Paris 3. Walking along the canals in Amsterdam ...
... Gate Bridge for The nice view, but it was a bit too foggy to see so well, then a ride over the bridge. A while to look out at the view on the city end of the bridge, and take photos. Back to the hotel, but later we went by bus to Chinatown area, where we had a good walk around before our Chinese banquet, which had lots of food and drinks. Got home quiet ...
... and sheep with gently rolling hills and small farmsteads that dot the landscape.
Our first scheduled stop was at the Jellybelly headquarters in Fairfield, CA. Bertha, our GPS, skillfully guided us through the city of Fairfield and into the large parking lot. We saw busses, cars, signs and buildings with the "Jellybelly" corporate logo. I'll be honest, while I've heard of Jelly Beans, I was not familiar with Jellybelly. Evidently that is the corporate name for ...
... met Hoki and Wally. Helena and Ulla, both Finnish, had known each other in Germany, where they had lived for a couple of years, before deciding to move to England in the late 60’s to learn English. In 1970, Roger was dating Ulla and I was dating Helena, so we all became friends, and spent a lot of time hanging out at the Kwan’s. Ulla had prepared a nice lunch of salmon mouse and chicken stroganoff. We sat around the table after lunch and talked about ...
... Although highways run within sight of the lake shore for much of Tahoe's perimeter, many important parts of the shoreline lie within state parks or are protected by the United States Forest Service.
Lake Tahoe is fed by 63 tributaries, which drain an area about the same size as the lake; half the water entering the lake is rain falling directly on it.
The Truckee River is the lake's only outlet. The Truckee flows northeast through Reno, Nevada, and into Pyramid ...