Cozy Suites Inn
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... the top of a column on the main balcony.
Sir Henry believed in having all the most modern of conveniences. This multi-head (and multi-knobbed) shower was the starring feature of his private bathroom. Before you think, "So?" please recall that this was back in 1913, when most people didn't have indoor plumbing, let alone multi-knobbed showers.
Both Henry and his wife had these unusual fixtures in their private baths. ...
... br> - Toothpaste and Listerine. We each brought a tiny tube of toothpaste and small bottle of mouth-wash, but we should have simply brought one tiny tube of toothpaste for the two of us, and then buy a bigger toothpaste and full-sized bottle of mouthwash. We kept running out of these items and buying more little sample sizes.
- The money belt. Mark had his, and that was plenty enough! I wore mine for the first two days and then stopped.
- Drain stopper. There ...
Other than that the short flight went well and we did not land on an ice field, much to CJ's relief..
Easy transition through Immigration / customs..
A 1k walk through multiple terminals and lounges to reach the car rental desk..
Pleasant lady says "no problems Mr Montgomery, we have your 2 door economy ready for you" KIMBERLEY!!! but no, after I calmed down and checking of Kimberly's booking we got a really nice Nissan... Only got ...
... this plane and away from Air Canada. I have checked my email and still have not received the promised discount code the service center supervisor said would be sent. This is fine my me as I have no intention of ever setting foot on another Air Canada flight.
Upon arrival at Dublin I’ll take a bus to the Irish Ferry terminal. From there I’ll travel to Holyhead via ferry, then train to ...
... Where 500 pound turtles breed on the slopes of volcanos.
Then continuing to Peru - Lima and the south. Cuzco, capital of the Incas. Colca Canyon, home of the giant condor, twice as deep as the Grand Canyon. Lake Titicaca, that I giggled about in grade 5. Macchu Picchu, hidden city of the Incas, before they were destroyed by the Spanish conquerors in quest for gold and global dominion. A time in the past, much like now.
Well, I am ...