Sugar Loaf Bed and Breakfast
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... sorting out a taxi to leave (already, it's only 12.40). Maybe it's the slightly wild combination of clothes I am wearing (purple short-sleeved top over quite bright pink long-sleeved top. I did have a turquoise jumper and red scarf over it earlier)?
Anyway, I am on microfilm today. It means I don't need to have much with me other than a flash drive, but it does mean that fuzzy head syndrome sets in quicker - all that ...
All in all, it was quite a pleasant experience, and everyone was so friendly (even if I did have the SQUEAKIEST trolley imaginable). There was the man and his son for starters. The Dad wanted a basket so he said 'excuse me' picked one up and handed it to his son. He then turned to me and said "Child labour of course"! Then the two girls at the check out - they were lovely. We chatted about England and my first time in the US and what I was doing. I ...
... was twinkling with lights for MILES. The elevator to the top travels so fast you feel your ears pop as if you were taking off in an airplane. It was quite the experience and was a wonderful end to a great birthday in NYC.
We came home to a birthday swiss army knife and homemade strawberry shortcake thanks to Kim & Karlie! The next morning was an exchange of thank yous, I love yous, and goodbyes as we departed for the next stop – Philly & Lancaster, ...
When we think of the word “travel”, various images might come to our minds. We might think, “Oh gosh, I’m headed to my dreaded in-laws’ house for the weekend. We’re going to sleep in then sip coffee at 6 am, enjoy Columbo re-runs followed by a Matlock matinee, and discuss politics until my ears fall off.” Others might dread to think “I’m going to travel to work this morning and take a trip every so often to the break room ...
... went into planning this awesome trip. I can't thank you enough. :) What would a trip of ours be without a few delays, snafus, hairballs, mucho vino and bife 'jugoso'?!?
Once I've had a chance to upload & edit the pictures, I'll try to post a 'TripWow' montage. As a teaser, I'll add a few more now (check the various locations for apropos pics).
Yours in wanderlust,