Americas Best Value Inn - Marion
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... plane for sitting too! (I bruised my tailbone on the water slide halfway through the trip, so sitting was uncomfortable sometimes.)
Try the local food, especially Casados and any seafood dish.
If you are afraid of heights or water or bugs, don’t do the Wild Planet Trip.
Definitely go with a guide who knows where to look for wildlife! This made all the difference. We will probably hire bird guides when we travel from now ...
... with our group to go to dinner. We were bussed over to the the Ristorante Alle Due Fontanelli where we had a four-course meal with unlimited wine.
In Italy a full meal consists of several courses and could take a couple hours to eat. The first course is the Antipasto which is an appetizer such as bruschetta, grilled veggies and/or thin-sliced meat. The second course is the Primo piatto which could be pasta, rice or soup. ...
... I needed to do to work with the bike rather than against it.
This made all the difference after lunch. We did leapfrog within the groups. I had no trouble hanging with my group of a GSX-R 1000, 1198S, and HP4. Properly applying the fundamentals of body position, everything started to flow. The tires started to work in the corners and a lot of the push went away.
As the day went on, I gained confidence in the bike, the ...
... he didn't have to do all of the usual security screening. Since I was with him they let me go through a modified screening where all I had to do besides walk through the detector and put my baggage through the scanner was have my hands wanded presumably for residue of bomb making. When we got to the gate we had two hours to wait.
We sat next to two women, Jane and Debbie, ...
... can't recall the last "recreational activity" I was involved with that didn't have a waiver where the first line read, "You could die doing this activity". At the same time, I have always found the rewards of undertaking such endeavors to far outweigh the risks involved. Most of the time, simple sound judgement and common sense are all that is needed. Perhaps strongly following a few simple, fundamental rules as well.
That then ...