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France in the fallSeptember 5th, 201949 days to go.
My boys in Denver What you might ask are we doing in Denver when we are heading to Dublin. No, we didn’t get our “d” destinations mixed up. We were lucky enough to be able to use mileage for our … Continue reading
She’s been at it again; posting travel reports without including a thing about me and my buddy, Andre Segovia. So, while she’s out consuming yet more empty calories, I decided to take matters into my own paws and let you … Continue reading
Flight yesterday afternoon from PDX to SFO was a little late leaving but we arrived pretty much on time. Spent a semi-restful night at the Best Western Plus El Rancho Inn before our 6:30 a.m. shuttle ride to the airport … Continue reading
I was beginning to think she was going to keep us out of the limelight for this trip but we finally managed to convince her that we should feature in at least one post from Mexico. Andre has been keeping … Continue reading
Maybe circle is the wrong term. Perhaps elipse more accurately describes the shape but it would have to be a very irregular elipse and, I think, that means that it wouldn’t be an elipse at all. Whatever the correct geometrical … Continue reading
A 4:30 a.m. departure had the ten of us who were continuing on to Georgia heading to the Skopje airport from Ohrid yesterday, June 6. It took a full 3 1/4 hours to make the drive. Speaking only for Michael … Continue reading
Neither Buster nor Andre minds being left on the ship as long as they are well supplied with their favorite food groups: Chocolate, schnapps, sparkling pear cider and a nice bottle (or two) of white wine.
Because I have fallen way behind on my desire to visit one Viennese coffee house each day of our trip, we began our Monday with a stop at Café Central for a bite of breakfast. Michael, Dave and Claire … Continue reading
Even though they didn’t figure very prominently in the blog posts, Buster and Andre Segovia were on this trip, too. They just remained out of the limelight. But they couldn’t resist the temptation to hop on the camel for a … Continue reading