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... flight prices. This year, Korea and Japan will be our destination based on that method.
Tonight was the big packing night. I only pack one side of my suit case so I have room to bring home whatever crazy things I want to buy. Of course this plan is not always successful-just ask Eric-but it is usually enough space.
Neither Eric nor I ...
... end of the line at Gino's. Korey was meeting us there for dinner. We waited a solid 45 minutes to an hour to get a table. By the time we got to the table, Korey showed up so that worked out well. The decor in the building was cool. The walls and seats were littered with graffiti (people's names and whatever they wanted to write). The music was upbeat and fun so we called it "Club Gino." It made for a great atmosphere. We ...
... br> We flew via Detroit without a problem (just within weight) although we came back to rain and a 'loud' sports bar next to hotel for food and (craft) beer.
Flew home in the morning with no issues, if you ignore Liz's bag taking 75 minutes to appear at Gatwick.
Some pictures of the Fort Hood house are here ...
... The train left promptly and we quickly got to see our first bit of rural America as we head up parallel to the Hudson river. it was an amazing site to see how quickly it became the countryside outside of New York as we headed into places like Poughkeepsie and (the slightly bigger than expected) Albany. We stopped for an hour for a break in Albany which is something i have never experienced on a train before - stopping at a station and being allowed to wander ...
... um, IVAN...the lady is talking to you'. Ryan was super embarrassed but didn't think we had heard, but I did :) Anyway, the age-old story of dad confusing the barista goes like this this time; Barista: 'what would you like me to make for you sir?' Dad: 'a tea please' Barista: 'what kind of iced tea would you like?' Dad: (blank) Me: 'oh no he means hot tea, sorry' Barista: 'oh ok, what kind of hot tea would you like?' Dad: 'a big one please' Barista: (blank) Me: ...