Americas Best Value Inn - Port Jefferson Station
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... As I sit here writing this, both nervous and excited about this trip, all three of my children are out of town traveling themselves. One daughter is in North Carolina, another daughter is in Niagra Falls, and my son is in Vancouver. It's nice to know their traveling adventures have started early in their lives. More to come as the departure date arrives.
... ve learned that two couples each are from Wisconsin, and Florida, one couple from California, and Carolyn and I from New York. We will learn where the other 2 are from over the next day or two.
At 1 pm our friend Joe Walters who was kind enough to take us to the JFK arrived at my front door. We then headed to North Bellmore to pick up Carolyn. Our flight was leaving from JFK, but being the wise guy I am, I told Joe that he had to take us to Newark. ...
So, at some point along this journey we decided to do it. We were going to take advantage of Evelyn's generosity and take our first trip to Europe as a family. Now, we had some miles that had been building over the years, but nothing outrageous, maybe 250,000 or so, enough for coach. Rob, of course, wants to handle the flights. Sounds good to me... I come home for lunch one Friday ...
... plan to find the perfect vehicle. We were going to rent a car and drive around Long Island, looking at 3 carefully selected cars each.
Our day started at the crack of dawn, ready to pick up our rental - a Toyota Yaris, which we named King Kong (and would have gladly taken off with!).
The three dealers I had selected were closed, but we were still able to walk the lots. Car #1 (Hyundai Tiburon) was not there, although car #1.5 (Toyota Celica) was there, with ...
... in the United Kingdom. I guess thats why the English believe in fairy tales.
A few days after we left England, the weather improved, but Sheila had a gallstone attack, and had to be taken to the emergency room. Thankfully she is fine now. Weather aside, everything has a way of working itself out, and we only wish Sheila good health. They are truly dear friends.
We miss ...