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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... area. This was about a ½ mile walk but an enjoyable one. On the way we met a 26 year old from China. He is graduating shortly and returning to China. Really enjoyed talking with him and we took pictures. (had an email from him when we returned home) Next stop was Corn Hill where the Pilgrims ‘found’ corn that the Indians had put away for the winter. We did take a quick walk to the ocean here but to windy to stay more than a moment or ...
... by the Ottoman and becoming the Albania state capitol in 1920. This town is mono colored, very blah! Without the red tile roofs there would be no color at all. We have also seen NO wooden houses on this trip. There are many small trees here. Today is a sunny day – I can’t imagine being here on a cloudy and dreary day. Now we are driving on to Ohrid. One stop on the way up the mountains and another border crossing at Macedonia where our passports had to ...
... that we really begin to grow and live life to the fullest! Right you are...I certainly did NOT have to go to CHINA to achieve this, but why not? The opportunity arose and I went for it. So...this is the next step on MY journey please feel free to tag along. This travel log is mainly for ME as it helps me to capture and preserve my experiences, thoughts and feelings...so be patient and enjoy the ride. Me...I am hoping for a cool spell in good old Fuzhou!
... to do a better job! At the moment, my home is pretty much trashed with stuff everywhere...thank god for an extra bedroom! I have not revisited last years blog, I was afraid I would get worried about repeating myself...so just consider this like any sequel...some repetition here and there with hopefully new and exciting adventures...ENJOY! Remember...mums the word:) it's gonna be just ...
... he was following us until he realized he knew him. We talked a long time and then on to the Comic Book store for a quick look around before walking the 5 blocks back to the Chart House. We only had to wait about 5 minutes and then upstairs. This is a very historic building and last time we were in a dungeon like little room that was really interesting. Our waiter was Anthony and he was a fun guy. Three years ago we had a waiter named Tony and he was a riot- ...