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... had headaches each day which I think is as a result of the pollution in the air. Our flight was only slightly delayed and we were sat relatively close to the front of the plane in Row 9. We were surprised that the plane was smaller than our regular domestic planes back at home. Usually there are 3 seats on each side with an aisle down the middle whereas Virgin Atlantic only had 2 seats on each side ...
... of kitchenware in sight to cook with or eat off. We went to ask the owner and he said they don't supply it... thats a new one for me! So over the road to subway we went for our dinner!
The next day the sun was shining and it was time to explore the city. The bus stops right outside our motel and goes straight into the city so that was very handy. Our first stop was to the car rental place as we were meant to pick up the car at 11am but we wanted to check ...
... factory, except needles to say everything here is massive and huge. = eg, 1600 bicycle for employers to ride around the factory, all huge numbers. What an experience, thanks so much for taking us Caroline and Mike. We then travelled back to the island where we had a cup of coffee at Starbucks, then back home just on 1600, where I got the bike out and went for another ride for an hour or so, it is so nice to go for a nice ride through the Pioneer Parkland just behind Caroline ...
... semi this afternoon, so they are all scrambling to get the vans returned, and checked out again so that they can go and watch the game in the afternoon. Must have turned out to be a frustrating day - The Netherlands lost it in a penalty shootout. Late morning when all the vans were back in, they shuttled us all to the airport. Had some lunch and, sadly, bade farewell to ...
... to the original store.
Stop number one over the bridge was the Chittenden Lock area. A nice lady and her husband gave us their parking ticket that still had about three hours left on it so we were able to park for 'free'. Just as we reached the visitor building for the lock area, it started to pour. We had a look at the exhibits inside for a while and then decided to just brave the rain and head down to the locks anyway. As we got down to the water ...