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... up the big hill for views.
Not one museum. (I'm not really a fan of them anyway. Time-suckers).
We were great in Bariloche - we went to Cerro Otto which we skipped last time and also re-visited Cerro Campanario and hiked it both ways - because we forgot to bring money for the chair lifts! We couldn't even buy a beer with the empanadas.
Immediately Nick wants to dive in and lease a new car. Impreza 5 door or Honda Fit? Really tough decision.
I enjoyed driving through Wisconsin over hitting Illinois and the multiple tolls. I took 94 out past Madison, then went south. Saw adverts for House on the Rock and Cave of the Mounds. :( No more for me.
I turned southwest and suddenly hit Dubuque! I had previously been there with my family maybe more than five years ago? It looked familiar, saw the National Mississippi River Museum and Aquarium (which was really quite cool), and the ...
... you want seats now, you have to purchase them. Otherwise you can go to the check-in counter and they will help you get seats." Yeah, but will there be seats together? She just repeated herself verbatim. Anyway, the purchasable seats started disappearing. We tried to purchase them - twice. It failed.
So we called again and they said you can't check-in on line. They must have taken seat control at the airport. ...
... is very high with the chip technology ... blah blah blah
I said there is no way you pay $2 per card and if you are, you are being ripped off. I said if I was a small business owner I'd have to find another way to operate my business. They can make these cards in China for pennies on the dollars. I told him I had worked in Silicon Valley in the chip industry and then he started backing up to continue mopping. ...
... station for the B-52 for the electronic warfare officer (EWO) that was like the one Dan trained on when he was in Sacremento.
On the way back to Omaha, we stopped and split a runza. A runza is a regional "sandwich," kind of like a meat pasty - baked bread dough with a ground beef, cabbage and onion filling. Ours had swiss cheese and mushrooms in it as well. It was good, but I ...