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Travel Blogs from Rockport
... winter coat, hat and boots on and did not remove them for dinner or at all before we left. Why don’t you just turn the furnace up? Oh, it’s not cold in here – it is my meds. But you could still turn the furnace up. Oh no, I can’t do that. We didn’t stay too long. A trip to the bank and a wine at Café Italia and home. It is snowing hard by now.
December 30th-Sunday- I did not sleep well-I think it was the Chinese stuff! It is ...
... half mushroom
Ok, what is it that you want?
I want a pizza
Oh you want a pizza, what you want on that?
I want a pizza with half pepperoni and half mushroom.
Ok, what you want, a pizza or a piazza?
Whats a piazza?
Now what is it that you want?
A Pizza! Mushrooms and pepperoni!
Oh, that what you want.
This goes on for several more times and finally we get to our address.
... sent. We'll wait for replies, and likely continue to send more letters. We've arranged to have a day per week at Friendly's, so that 20% of each bill (of those bearing our fliers) will be donated directly to a foundation of our choice. They have also agreed to allow us to have a donation box, and to hold raffles. To garner products for our raffles, we have sent letters to ...
... many years with Phil and who, due to a variety of things, including some surgerys and a breakdown had been estranged from him. He has been patient and called-no answer- and sent many postcards- no answer, until lately when he enticed her to attend the Captains dinner with him. So after over 2 years of this, they are back together and things look good for the future. She is a delightful lady and she and I immediately liked each other. We had a great dinner at Venezia ...
... like a good time to correct a wrong and put the world back on its correct axis. The last word I heard from Pat on the subject was, “wicked good”.
Wednesday it was back in the car for the first time since Saturday. We drove out to Lexington and Concord to retrace the steps of the first days of our country’s birth. The trip was worth it in spite of dealing with Boston drivers. One of our tour guides said using a ...