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Spent Wednesday night with my husband's aunt and uncle. Put up our big tent to refold it to better fit in its bag (in the very back). Bought a large insulated water jug which will supply us during the day and will take any extra ice cubes when we buy ice. Left Windsor early Thursday morning via the Ambassador Bridge. We had no trouble crossing the border. The bridge is used to high volume so has many lanes ...
... our Way in southern France, cross the Pyrenees Mountains and then day-by-day head west across northern Spain to Santiago de Compostela....480 miles, 773 kilometers!!
For more than a thousand years pilgrims have been making their Way to Santiago de Compostela from all corners of Europe and the world. Because we are starting in France our route is called Camino Frances. (see map). Historically, it's a Catholic tradition.....but today people ...
... been able to keep the historical significance while turning them into absolutely amazing places to live. The old train station that was left to go to ruin since the mid 1980's is being refurbished and the old Tiger Stadium, while void buildings of any kind is now open to anybody walking to play baseball on the original diamond. In fat during the walking tour they had a vintage baseball game being played by local teams for ...
... in Essex County in southwestern Ontario. It consists a unique peninsula of land that tapers to a sharp point as it extends into Lake Erie. It’s roughly a four hour drive from Toronto and accessed via the town of Leamington.
There are fabulous beaches on either side of the split. But it was chili and too windy during May.However, we didn't miss a visit to the very tip.
The bird migration ...
So after customs, baggage checks, and multiple delays, it would have been faster to drive to Detroit. When we stepped out of our tiny plane to get on our new one, we knew we had to be ready for the 14hr flight ahead of us. To get from wing C where we landed to wing A, we had to walk through a tunnel underneath the runway. The walls in the tunnel were lined with moving sidewalks and the walls looked like the inside of an ...