Days Inn Schenectady
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... something you, as an American, will not find everywhere. The country is beyond beautiful and it provided me with a culture that I could relate to.....the Guinness doesn't hurt either.
Although Sarah and I had to make an extremely difficult decision last fall to give up our careers as Division I soccer players in order to study abroad, we were again privileged to have the opportunity to play in Rome. In Rome, we played with the Lady Gladiators in 5 vs 5 futsol. It was an absolute ...
... I am trying to remember where we saw the other servants quarters - could it have been the Gould house? There seems to be more recognition of the role the servants played in the historical sites. We were to hear and see how the Irish servant women lived in several different houses on our tour of New York.
I was up and out pretty quickly - Astrid got up and we said our goodbyes.
I felt bad that I hadn't any handy money to tip the poor guy who had to get up to open the door for me to get out. The taxi ride was not memorable. The airport procedure annoying. There was a huge line that inched forward. At one point an announcement was made for my flight # to go to gate 2. I went and was turned back since I didn't have a boarding pass yet. I ...
Cath took us to the local shopping mall which has the biggest bookstore we have ever seen! Lots to look at in there, from books, tablets, computer games, DVDs, CDs and gifts. In the mall there were heaps of other shops also, all different from back home. We spent many hours just window shopping.
Dave and I will win parents of the year I think with what we were able to buy for the girls!! Having sad that, ...
... a path to get down to the river, but it wasn't too bad at all. We got on the water (Mary and I above the mild rapids/falls, Ruth below) and we were on our way. The river had some current, but was very gentle (the whole way, except for the initial rapids). There were a few homes and such along the shores, but very few; a few roads along side, but dirt/gravel only and only for short stretches, it appeared. There were also a couple bridges ...