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... may have to cut down a few, but let's just say these places are definitely on my list.
I was in Thailand two years ago for about two weeks, but this trip obviously involves a lot more planning. From obtaining a two month Thai tourist visa (since I will be beginning and ending my trip in Bangkok, and probably using it as the hub of my travels) to finding the perfect backpack, I am pretty close to being ready. I even had to buy a new ...
... Tom and he gave us a scenic tour which ended on a main road but not where we wanted to be, so it was up to Wes to follow his nose. Eventually we located Grandview Avenue which we were looking for and after some driving around, found a park. Seems obeying no parking signs is an optional extra which many do not want to take.
We happened to be very close to the Duquesne Incline which goes down the hill from Grandview Avenue to the river side. We walked ...
To all our friends who have followed this blog throughout our travels, I thank you. Today we left the beautiful Rhapsody of the Seas in Vancouver and hopped our way across the lower 48 via Seattle and Minneapolis and arrived in Pittsburgh about 10:30. Home by 1:30. Today, Saturday, has been occupied with sad return to reality: 2 months of mail, groceries, laundry, and I finally got a much needed haircut.
... my project they got the wrong end of the stick and thought I was only interested in condition A's and C's, I was relieved when I steered it round to us looking to implement a form of a H within our hospital and then was able to get some valuable information. Following the meeting their transport coordinator took me to their transport facility, the resources they have are amazing considering they cover the same distance as our back home. ...
... stop (or at least delay) the advance of a confederate force onto Washington in late 1874. It was kind of a "last hope" move from the Confederation to turn the tide of the war by capturing the capital. But as General Lee delayed the advance of the Confederate troops, Grant was able to reorganize enough troops back to DC to defeat the entire Greycoat Army.
So I was driving on on rural roads and especially the historical Lincoln Highway and got ...