Big Tree Inn
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... the Upper Falls and walked down to the top of the Upper Falls. The Ranger at the Visitor’s Center said it was 4-5 hrs to hike the whole Gorge Trail and said we’d get the best bang for the buck, especially with the heat, if we hiked the Gorge Trail from the Lower Falls picnic area to the Middle and Upper Falls and back, then picked up the trail again at the Big Bend lot and hiked to the St Helena picnic area and back. That would also give us time to ...
... how long we had been at this table that they could be using for someone else, so I asked for him to bring the check as he was setting down the limoncello and espresso (served with chocolate, of course). He said “no, no – don’t worry. Enjoy.” He refused to bring me the check! After we had finished our drinks and the chocolate, and then maybe another 5-10 minutes after that, he brought us the check. Such a wildly different way of experiencing ...
... My aim is to find it.
What I DIDN'T love about Italy - that I missed from America:
Eggs. I missed eggs for breakfast so much. I cannot subsist on a little pastry or toast with jam or even a piece of cheese or ham. I need my morning eggs.
Air conditioning. The train ride from Turin to Venice was nearly unbearable. We rode 3 hours in a train that had very little air conditioning. We arrived in Venice super sweaty and probably a little smelly. There's ...
... after the rain, ate one, and sat on a rock as I entered the spirit world. Oh wait, that was Chavez in Young Guns. I saw two large snakes that were fortunately noon venomous, because the first was decoy for his buddy hiding right next to him that I don't see until I would have been bitten. I went back to the cabin and fixed dinner and relaxed with my book while Alex plays a game on the laptop. Tomorrow is off to the ...
... and enjoyed the magnificent mist soaking cruise. From the bottom you are able to forget all the hustle and bustle in the streets above. I was really able to appreciate the shear size of Niagara and what it must have been like back before the modernization if the area. Except for leaving my drybag attached to the railing and almost losing all of our money and passports, it was incredible. We went back to town and ...