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Happy Birthday Mom/Nana/Gloria! Sorry we couldn't be there for the soirée.
A quieter night's sleep in our new room was had by all. Our room doesn’t face the street and it’s made a huge difference in the noise level. Plus, we think we were next to the hotel's washer and dryer in the last unit.
Today would be our day to experience Universal Studios. Mark was the only one of us who had been before, but that was 25 years ...
... mall, only big enough for 2 cars! Bob was pretty happy to have a look around and chat to the guy. Fortunately too big for the suitcases and too big for the wallet. $85,000 for the basic model, which was still pretty plush, $135,000 for the spec'd up model. 500 km range on one charge. A bit better than a shopping gopher! Yes, 3 pair of shoes bought, 2 of them by Bob! We're pretty happy with our deals. Checked the local ...
... coffee to stay awake. Along with my mind beginning to think about breaking my chocolate fast of so many years, I thought I might be able to drink Starbucks coffee since everyone loved it. We walked to the Starbucks and sat down and I told Bob I wanted coffee also. He was a bit surprised by this new request and asked me what I wanted. I said I wanted something with 1/2 coffee and 1/2 hot milk and some sweetness added ...
This will be my last blog entry until we are in France. It doesn't seem possible that this adventure is literally right around the corner!
It may be a few days after we arrive before you hear from us as I'm not sure of the internet availability at our hotel in Bayeux. For sure, our first day in-country will be hectic as we have to get from the ...
... in a tree. If you were to ask 'why?’ in a suitably baffled tone, the only possible answer is a simple ‘why not?’. And then you might say, ‘it’s just a really strange mix of sculptures just sort of thrown together for no apparent reason.’ And you would be right. But it’s oddly charming, and certainly worth a wander; I admit I enjoyed it more than the diner itself.
So Sat Nav ...