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... experience that in my opinion did not get old until about 2 weeks of being there, so 2 weeks or less would be perfect. You will learn a ton, you will see things you can't believe, and you will come home with a great appreciation for everything.
With that said, if you are looking for a nice, relaxing, enjoyable vacation, India is not the place for you! Go to Cancun or Jamaica if that is what you are looking for..
... To the Robin Williams and the Sylvia Plaths. And to Elvis.
We made our way from Graceland north and meandered up the Mississippi. Farming and ghost towns. It was wild. It was as if certain communities just collectively walked away from the pursuit of the American dream. You’d see beautiful wrought iron signs like a canopy spanning the street with : ” Welcome to Downtown Historic Cairo”...and you’d go ...
"Hear a roaring and a rushing,
Hear the Falls of Minnehaha
Calling to me from a distance!"
What can I say?
6-28-14 – Minneapolis, MN
Early morning we did laundry and then headed towards Minneapolis, MN. We arrived at the Northwest Minneapolis KOA shortly before noon and since the boys plane didn't leave until 5PM, we had time to set up camp and go to lunch at a Diners, Drive-In and Dives featured restaurant downtown named Psycho Suzie's Motor Lounge. The food was excellent and the Tiki/ Polynesian décor was fun but seemed ...
My parents brought me to the airport this morning, got me checked in and my bags all set, then they sent me through security and I was off! I got on my first plane all by myself to Boston, MA, and boy was I nervous! I kept checking over all of my ticket information and boarding passes, and of course I kept envisioning all the things that could go wrong. Thankfully, I made it through to Boston and had a pretty quiet layover. Amsterdam here I come!