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... I talk to myself. I reassure myself, I question myself, and I answer myself. Oh, and I laugh at myself....a lot! So when you see "we" it is referring to me, myself and I.
My brother Jeff drove me to the airport. He will admit freely that he was 100 times more nervous than I was! He got more nervous the closer we got to the airport, telling me he would have ...
... at our hotels. We only had this done three times.
I would rate this trip easy/moderate. Some days more walking or climbing was involved. We had an 85 year old man on the trip. While in Beijing he was pushed in a wheel chair, but in other cities he had to walk quite a distance. On one occasion he had to walk 1/2 mile from the dock to our hotel. Not only was it hot, but it was uphill. I wondered why the local host could not find ...
... pleasure. I don't remember the name of the wineries we visited, or the restaurant, but the ladies liked the lobster.
We also visited with Mickey and his wife Barbara in Massapequa, that's where the pre-graduation party was held. We had a great dinner with Patti at her home on Long Island, with her two "adopted" daughters, Anna Collingwood and Rosie Big Crow. Adopted is in quotes because Patti can not legally adopt them because they ...
... she was limited in her space to cook. Then again, the reviews that I had read all raved about the meals on board. Either it was a different cook, or those who wrote the reviews considered eating at Chi-Chi a gourmet meal. Wi-Fi was an issue, as it was only turned on for a limited time each day to save on cost. Most days we did have reception. The group consisted of 23 people. Ten couples, two single women, and a 27 year old son of one of the couples. As I expressed early on ...
... through the house, everything seemed to be in order. He is in the process of removing all his hoardings from the last several years from the basement, but in the process is finding stuff which we might like, which is handy I suppose. We got a rather good fold-out couch set from him, although this we had to pay for, but it does mean that guests will have somewhere to sleep (until we get a racing car bed for the guest room, flatmates permitting...).
Rooms were decided in ...