Travel Blogs from Smyrna
... a second boat ride, it was a great way to see the harbor and the kids loved it too! After a target run and bike riding on Aunt Linda's street we had dinner and then sang songs and played guitar by candlelight, it was a fun evening! We're now on our way to Atlantic city with only 3 hour ...
... a wee bit spicy but good. Ollie's is located in the oldest hotel in DC so a bit of history.
On to the white house you can't get too close there are secret service guys all over the North side and police. We walked around to front lawn to get a new view and picture we were there only a few minutes and the police pushed us back along way at least 200 yards from where we were, they wouldn't say why we only ...
... inCalgary set the Stampede. Then the fenders needed to be set horizontal not just hanging but the skipper was down helping me with that! Very good learning g expense for me.
We wandered around Annapolis this afternoon lots of shops, not as active as Newport but nice. Bryan did some shoe shopping which was nice a couple new pair of Sperry's...why I left mine at home I do not know! I found a great rain cost at Heley Hanson I think I'll ...
... an hour to get your food, and then another hour to get the check.
10. "10 minute walk" really means about 20. And chances are it’s uphill, both ways.
11. Taking walks by yourself is one of the most relaxing things on the planet.
12. Old Greek people are probably the sweetest people on this planet. Especially if they are a couple.
13. Watching the sunset everyday over the water is amazing. I’m going ...
... After class, I went around old town to do some last minute shopping. I bought spent so much money and time in this one jewelry store the guy gave me an unbelievable discount, AND a loaf of bread. He also talked to me for about 20 minutes about his life and his opinions. God I love old Greek people. After Old Town, I headed back to the hotel to change into my bathing suit and headed to the beach with Nick, Gemma, and Zack. Since the temp outside was in the 90s, you had to go in ...
- Free parking
- Pets allowed