Rodeway Inn MacArthur Airport
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... a curve in the road, and your breath was taken away by what lied ahead. Many times we would dismount our bikes and be amazed when we turned around and saw what we had missed. I can only hope that some of our photographs will adhere to that. It will never be as good as what the naked eye can take in three dimensionally.
As Carolyn stated earlier in this blog, we weren't in Italy, but EATALY, and that's exactly what we did. Just ...
... before we left. It was meant to keep her shoes dry, and they worked when she didn't have a choice in toilets.
We only drank and brushed our teeth with bottled water. We stayed away from all ice, or fruit that didn't have its own thick skin. As a result, we had no issues with our stomachs, and stayed healthy.
We really lucked out, as we had perfect weather during our stay in China. ...
... by James Joyce, I thought again of Campbell. One of his first important works was a key to Finnegans Wake. What Joyce called "the grave and constant" in human sufferings Campbell knew to be a principal theme of classic mythology. "The secret cause of all suffering," he said, "is mortality itself, which is the prime condition of life. It cannot be denied if life is to be affirmed."
Death is not to be, can not be, avoided. It is something ...
... came our way did not last for long as it was quickly blown away by the ever changing conditions. We might have a quick five minute sprinkle on and off, but out of our 21 days in Holland and Belgium, I believe that only two, possibly three days had heavy rain for more than an hour or two. The main segment of our biking tour took place while we were living on the barge. On the upper deck was a dining area, as well as sitting area. The staff were extremely friendly, and ...
... meatballs. We had meatballs to start with, which were mediocre, but energy-giving. After that we trekked through the store with some enthusiasm. I could only afford a bed this time around so was very restrained (although I did splurge on a $14 lamp). Others (some of whom own a GTI) purchased more...liberally, to hilarious effect ($60 worth of pillows?!).
At the end of the Ikea maze you have to collect all your chosen kit sets, which for us included 4 bedframes, 3 mattresses ...