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... later. They directed us to a clinic, and even drew a map. Unfortunately, Tula proved to be, hands down, the most confusing city we had tried to navigate in Mexico. We hardly ever saw a street sign. We chased up and down this street and that, stopping and asking for directions. Usually the directions were in conflict with the prior directions. We had left the hotel before 8:00 am, and it was 1:00 pm before we finally found the clinic. The people there were excellent, and ...
... that will whizz you through the air To Maine or Spain or Africa if you just tell it where So will you let it take you where you've never been before Or will you buy some drapes to match and lay it on the floor? The magic carpet will be leaving Maine on the 16th arriving in Lisbon, Portugal on the 17th. From there I think I will head north to visit some of the ...
... down. We still had a smidgen of hope....the divider went back up. Then we watched as the divider went back down again and still....NOTHING!
We were SOOO close to getting to the US and we were stuck in France, I mean Quebec!!! C'etait trop drole! (It was too hilarious in French)
The song that immediately popped into my mind was Hall and Oats "So Close"...The song's chorus was on reel in my mind..."So close, yet so far away...."
Defeated, we ended ...
... up with a week of cycling in Tuscany . . . Traveling with us this year are
John and Laurie - our trusty biking companions - traveled together for the past six years
Avi - met Avi in Portugal on a Ciclismo trip and traveled with him again last year in Piedmont
Colette and Tom - met them in Portugal as well ...
... take one of the four of us!! I have posted that! He was an interesting guy with a very strong Scottish accent! Quite charming! "Oh, if you don't like this weather, there is something wrong with yah!!'
The berries are more like what we called huckleberries, much smaller than commercial blueberries. It was a nice stop. But, we had some more miles to make to get a little south of Bangor, Maine.