Whistling Swan Inn
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... inflight enjoyment. I'm not sure if we will have wifi on the flight but we will enjoy some time in the SAS lounge before our flight. One more Swedish frukost before we leave.
I'm now finishing this entry in New Jersey. We had a great flight! The crew is always so surprised when I give them a duty free bag filled with chocolate and other candies. Today they ...
... the phrase "Send a salami to your boy in the Army" during the second world war. There three boys were serving. Big delicious Pastramis on rye and assorted pickles. We split a 16.00 sandwich. It was good. I saw my first Matza Ball there (they are BIG!) , and shouldn't have passed on the chocolate babka. I get it next time.
Then we said goodbye Sandy and Karen and Barb and I headed to the 911 memorial. We found the Memorial ...
... like-minded people and they have, so far, paid the rent on time. He's a pastor and she loves piano. They actually put a baby grand piano in our little living room! Keeping our fingers crossed that the landlord experience continues on a good path.
- Helped moved the 1909 Buick that Jane’s brother, John, inherited from a friend. It had ...
... we would be leaving, minus one passenger, the one next to me. That meant I could take the window seat and Jeff had plenty of room to spread his legs out for the long flight home. Yippee!
Even though the flight was delayed by about 15 minutes, it went quickly. We flew most of the way at nearly 40,000 feet and at a speed just under 600 miles an hour. While over the U.K. The skies remained clear, so we could see the land down below as ...
... and asks why you are in his country, what you will be doing, where you are staying etc, before taking a photograph of you and taking 10 fingerprints. Intimidating. Having passed the 'test' with the officer, I collected my suitcase and walked through towards the exit. One of my number one priorities whilst in America, (more specifically in New York) was to get the world famous 'New York Times' newspaper. At the corner of my eye I noticed a small paper shop inside ...