The Inn at Park Spring
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... and, finally, to Hamburg. But all this experience will first have to begin on this Delta flight to Atlanta, where BCD has its Americas headquarters and some of its key operations. I have no idea what I'm getting myself into. Though I know what BCD is about, I have never really been exposed to the "backdoor" side of the travel industry. This got me thinking about what my expectations are for these coming weeks and I thought I'd share a few of these.
I hope these ...
... in a basket attached to a cable strung across the channel. We were due to stop for lunch at 2 o'clock at Kennebunkport (pronounced Kenny-bunk-port all run together). Due to the holiday weekend traffic passing through the beachside towns it was 3 o'clock before we got there - think Whangamata traffic at beach hop or New Year's. Steve was starving as he hadn't had breakfast. The menus in most places offered a huge seafood selection and token gesture anything else. Steve ...
... staying in the rooms; Portland is a beautiful town, I see the appeal for living in this area, Barbara's home is gorgeous; the Silsby siblings miss Margaret and Bill, it is good to see everyone again but in the limited time the conversations are light. Last thought of the day is to push the INSTAGRAM APP on my siblings this weekend..would be great to share experiences outside of the times we get ...
... that McDuff’s just before you enter Freeport downtown had both and would in all likelihood have their TV on the FIFA games. Well we went past it and had to get re-directed…only the locals know it as McDuff’s as the sign says Gritty’s!!. Finally FIFA was available and so was a hearty meal! Karl with his ‘real’ burger and me with my veggie burger (5/5)! The only complaint is that we were stuffed and wanted a nap.We ...
... the quintessential eating place, packed to the hilt with people, and lots of vendors to get anything to eat, except poutine, of course. We both had bacon-wrapped scallops, very greasy, but tasty. After lunch, we took a trip around Boston and Cambridge on the Beantown Trolley tour bus. It was very interesting and historically informative, and the driver was very funny. On the way back from Boston our train speed was reduced to 40 miles ...
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