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... a down a street and finding a charming square in the middle of a bustling city, a quiet alleyway brimming with brightly colored flowers, chatting with the vendors at the market or learning about the city from the bartender who serves up a cold beer. These are the moments that make travel a true journey. Being able to look for the heart of where you are that day and capturing a moment of gratitude for the journey you’re ...
... mobile hotspots through the cellular carriers for the majority of our connectedness. 1) Two weeks ago (mid October) we received unexpected notice from our internet hotspot provider, Millenicom, that our account, along with all others, we being transferred to Verizon. They gave us no information other than Verizon would contact us, but didn't say when. A week goes by and being fortunate members of a small RV group called "Mobile Internet Afficianodos" (MIA) we were reading its ...
... Texas,near Texas A & M. Mark Mears who has Mears Landscaping business and Frank Lara, a retired UPS driver. Both fun to play with. We had dinner at Pat and Bob Hinett's new home in Calabash, NC. It is a large southern style home located in a beautiful community on a golf course we're playing tomorrow. Back to our little home for showers and bed at 11 ...
... walking tour of the historic district, starting on Meeting Street and seeing the iconic "Rainbow Row" of colorful mansions along with the waterfront area and historic churches, graveyards and gardened courtyards. Following my walk I'm sure I'll have worked up an appetite for lunch somewhere nearby. After a leisurely lunch I'll be meeting my second excursion; a low-country culinary experience! Me and ...
We decided yesterday to get some information about the Myrtle Beach area so we signed up for a three hour tour in an open jeep that can hold up to 14 people plus the driver. When we arrived at the meeting point, there were 12 folks so we had a "little" more room.
The tour took us through the heart of old Myrtle Beach where we learned that the area was originally developed by three families who would sell a 60 foot wide lot for $25 and if you put at least $500 ...