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... we learned about the jihadist terrorist attacks in the Canadian capital of Ottawa.
Detroit is the old car capital of the U.S. called 'Motor City'. Nearby Dearborn is the home of the Henry Ford Museum. We spent an afternoon there learning the history of the automotive industry. Exhibited were the very first cars manufactured and an impressive array of 20th century cars, many of which we remembered from ...
After a final day in Washington, DC, and numerous mentions throughout this journal, one thing has become apparent. I have become a snob. Or maybe I was a snob all along and have only realized it now. Either way, my life has been such a lucky fortune so that I am disappointed when I come across mediocre things. My pie-in-the-sky desires tell me everything should be awesome, and everyone should have the ...
... not make it to Mexico. Time to turn on our Spanish brains. Our first stop is San Salvador and we will arrive in Nicaragua later tonight. We have a lot of traveling packed into our Nicaragua stay so hopefully the weather will cooperate. Still in search of our first ...
Checked out. Charged $64 Internet service. Talked em down to $32 Cab to airport $60 Caught earlier flight. United customer service was great! Bypassed Milwaukee direct to Houston. Hungry haven't eaten Arrived. Panchitos Mexican- 2 tostadas beans rice water $15.92 (so so) Chilis- ripoff! 5 beers- $53.25 Panda'a express $7.90 Boarded plane ready at 8:15 Slept the whole way Arrived. Suitcase not there. Was in back Lorie picked me up on to Applebee's ...
OK Here we go. Got up at 3:30am to catch a 6am flight to Chicago. Spent the night at the Marriott Hotel at the airport. Last night after checking in, Cynthia and I wandered around the airport terminal and were amazed at all the amenities and how everything seemed new and fresh. Usually we are so busy ...