Travel Blogs from Chester
Booking the flight at the 12 week mark, it seemed as though it was just a distant idea that I would get to when the time came. Well, the time did come around the 5 week mark when those I was going to stay with said "What's the plan?!" Oh! That's right...I am going on a trip and I do have to prep things prior to said trip. So, without hesitation and with no shame to those whom I asked to stay with (thank you!), the itinerary planning began.
Now at the 3 week mark, ...
... from me for Christmas back at home. We had must enough time to grab a quick bite to eat at McDonald's before heading over to see Wicked at the Gershwin Theatre. We arrived with ten minutes to spare before curtain call. The musical Wicked is absolutely amazing! What a performance. I would see it again in a heartbeat. So much talent, and so well presented. It lasted close to three hours with the intermission. Following the end of the show, we decided to check out some of the sights ...
... fields and leaves blossoming in spring. On our two day excursion through the outskirts of Lancaster, PA, we landed upon various places (and yes, tourist traps) that had expanded our knowledge of what the Amish community was really about. I had done some research before going on the trip, but had no idea of certain things until we went and saw firsthand for ourselves. Most of Amish knowledge came from visiting a sight called “The ...
... especially lengthy costly excursions, but have fun with it! Traveling the world seems to be a bucket list thing for me and I will partake in it with any means possible. To embark on a journey all over the world, corner to corner, is a big task to take on for anyone, even for the most adventurous cross-Euro backpacker who dares to stay in the sketchiest and crappiest hostels for a memorable trip, but for those that envision the word “travel” as I do, it becomes possible if you want it ...
This is your birthday -- the big 70!
Happy Birthday MOM!
You are such an inspiration! Your unrelenting and unconditional love for others and self-sacraficing nature is a form of strength and courage many strive to achieve and master, ...
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