Sleep Inn & Suites Round Rock
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... to wait their turn at telling Santa what they wanted for Christmas. One by one they came and sat on my knee and we shared that wonderful, traditional ritual of the ages -- that one time of the year when kids lay bare their deepest desires to the one man who can make their wishes come true.
And then the last of the adhesive behind my mustache gave out and off it came. Dammit!
Wasting no time, I jacked my beard up over my lip and pulled the ...
... that day we again saw the rest of the coast as a holiday and we went to Big Sur, Santa Barbara, Hollywood, San Francisco to name a few, i won't go into that as this was meant to be a blog regards the cycling.
So to wrap it up, it all started with a drunken suggestion of let's ride across America something i had never thought about but just came to me. And to be honest it didn't seem real until those first few days back in Philidelphia where i soon learnt it was real, ...
... came to the table with long metal sticks with meat on. "Do you want some lamb sir?", "Do you want ribs?", "Do you want any file mignon sir?". They were extremly effective!! Then someone came and filled our glasses of water. Then a waiter came and asked if everything was fine. Then another waiter came and asked if everything was fine. Then another waiter came with more meat (sometimes even when we had the red side of the disc up). Then someone came and filled up ...
... year. I thought the politicians in the UK had it easy, but this was taking it to a whole new level.
I wandered around the Capitol Building for a while after the tour, but on failing to see any proper cowboys exited in search of some lunch, of course a little confusion about which was north and which south ensued before I found anywhere to eat, but I arrived at a place called Jo’s and decided that with a name like that it had to be worth my patronage. A ...
... started to flutter. Not only has the world changed, but my personal life has had so many changes. Would my husband mind me going across the world to Africa? Would he want to come with me?
The answer to the first question took some work to get to a "No." And the second question . . . well, Charles is making his first venture to Africa!
We’ll be making our trek with about ...