Travel Blogs from Hollywood
... and I are in Hollywood Florida waiting to catch a boat to Italy. We learned something a couple of weeks ago and it would be wrong of me not to share. Air Canada now has regularly scheduled flights from the Toronto Island Airport to Montreal. From Montreal you can go anywhere in the world. Just getting to Toronto's international airport - even if you live in the city - can be ...
... four thirty and returned via the madness of Miami traffic. Same distance, but add in rush hour and you can guess how good of time we made. Lots of gridlock and waiting and watching cars trying to maneuver for better position. Lynn wasn't very enthused about taking the wheel, so I got to drive while she navigated with the Tablet. That in itself was an interesting experience. We got home just a bit before the sun slipped over the horizon. ...
... with my choice of restaurant.
I bought a peppermint latte before doing the 4-hour drive to Orlando.
Before it gets dark, we got gas in a town and there we saw a pretty rainbow :)
I took the local road, not the tollway. There were very few cars and we passed many tiny towns until we got closer to Orlando. We didn't see Lake Okeechobee but we were really close to it.
... it all… their
only objective is to make everyone feel “special”.., whether you have talent or
not, it has no bearing.., this is especially true if your words are in a
language foreign to theirs.., I have ad-libbed Chinese songs in English, deliberately
“GOM BAY” !
Here’s a good place to announce the
effect of alcohol is still the same…, what’s ...
... this concept of liberty-vs-tyranny….to be continued
My brother Wade moved into the cabin while he continued his college schooling and I gave Rocky my blessings to build an addition for himself as well and off I went to go fishing.
This next anecdote was dedicated to the many people who helped me to build this cabin…, Who put up with my physically demanding and primitive building methods --- who allowed me the privilege of sleeping ...