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  • Chicago/St CroixI hate early morning flights! 5/10/17 We flew SWA to Chicago, to save $ and use my companion ticket. Except for being so early in the morning it was an easy nonstop flight. I'm always in the center Posted by Miss Molly R in Molly's Memories | May 22, 2017
  • The Great Mouse AdventureAlas, it was time to press on to the next leg, Sheldon National Wildlife Refuge. We didn’t know what to expect, except that there was a pool fed by a warm spring and camping was free. We started on our way, Posted by Miss Chris in Grandma on The Go | Jun 22, 2017
  • Discovering Paris in a DayYou have just one day in Paris and think it’s impossible to manage everything in such a short period? Paris is the most visited city, the dream destination for every traveler, which has endless attractions for everyone. Discovering a few of Posted by lilitohanyan in Find your way | Jun 22, 2017
  • Testing the new blog[float=left][/float][float=left][/float][float=right][/float][float=right][/float][float=right][/float]Hi everyone We are about to leave on a big trip to I am not sure how it works, but will fi Posted by SteveStever in Testing | Jun 21, 2017
  • A Cave WalkWe had to get up earlier than we had been and made sure we all ate a good breakfast. We had a Cave Walk to attend. There are several caves in the Great Basin National Park and 2 have ranger-led walks. Posted by Miss Chris in Grandma on The Go | Jun 21, 2017
  • Tourist DayAfter a grey beginning, the sun came out on a beautiful, somewhat cooler day. After breakfast, I set out to discover the city. Because the station right near the school was not full service, I walked a mile Posted by mlld3536 in New England Trip | Jun 20, 2017
  • Settling InWe actually slept pretty well in our palatial digs. After breakfast in the cafeteria, Marty went to the first talk of the day, and I went back to our room to relax, start this blog, and read my mystery Posted by mlld3536 in New England Trip | Jun 19, 2017
  • Father's DayHappy Father's Day! Because we had driven farther than intended yesterday, we only had about two hours ahead of us today. So we took it easy in the morning after a better-than-average motel breakfast. We read the funnies, which Posted by mlld3536 in New England Trip | Jun 18, 2017
  • Summer activities in the mountains of ColoradoSummertime in Colorado is pure fun. Visiting mountain towns like Breckenridge, Frisco, Copper mountain, Keystone,Vail, Beaver Creek, Steamboat, Winter Park, Aspen, Snowmass, Crested Butte, or Estes Park there are activities for everyone from the individua Posted by coactivities in Colorado Mountain Activities | Jun 21, 2017
  • Preparation for the trip!Hi everyone! So happy you are taking the time to read our travel blog for our honeymoon! We are very excited to share this extremely fun adventure with those of you who would like to follow. This blog is particularly Posted by Jeffchavez20 in Honeymoon 2017 | Jun 20, 2017
  • A Hike in Great Basin with KidsLike all of our National Park visits, this one started at the Visitor’s Center, picking up Jr. Ranger booklets and learning about the park. Kids had looked at the displays and we all watched the film. The Ranger gave us Posted by Miss Chris in Grandma on The Go | Jun 20, 2017
  • New Trekoftheamericas treks leaving from McAllen Texas More treks starting from Texas to Argentina adventuretrek.com Posted by rvcampertravele in RV USA to South America | Jun 20, 2017
  • Bon Voyage New York CityThursday, May 10 Morning came at 4:30 because our car was supposed to arrive at 5:30. Bonna had bought a Groupon one way private car ride and made a reservation. Feeling confident it was going to work after receiving Posted by bsteinle in Adventures by bsteinle | May 9, 2012
  • Waiting for Matt Lauer and Another ShowWednesday, May 9 Our last day in NY. Harlan and my brother Roger dared us to go to the Today Show and although it was raining pretty hard we decided to show them and trekked down with our umbrellas to Posted by bsteinle in Adventures by bsteinle | May 8, 2012
  • World Trade Center and Evening Harbor CruiseTuesday, May 8 Not as rainy as predicted, as we made our first and only journey on the NY subway. Luckily the ticket agent was helpful and friendly giving us very exact directions to our train and telling us that Posted by bsteinle in Adventures by bsteinle | May 7, 2012
  • Uptown, Harlem, Top of the RockMonday, May 7 Seeing Harlem was still on our list and we have another day on the hop on/hop off tour, so we made our way over to the uptown tour. Our first hop off was at the Lincoln Center, Posted by bsteinle in Adventures by bsteinle | May 6, 2012
  • Uptown, Central Park, Book of MormonSunday, May 6 We planned to take the uptown/Harlem tour today, but because of the Revlon run and bike tour around Manhattan, most of the main streets were blocked, so they could only drive through part of the tour. Posted by bsteinle in Adventures by bsteinle | May 5, 2012
  • Downtown, Street Performers, Chili Dogs & MoreSaturday, May 5 dawned dreary and cool under a forecast of sunny and 70. We never did see the sun, and at times almost broke down and bought hoodies. After breakfast we headed back to Planet Hollywood in Posted by bsteinle in Adventures by bsteinle | May 4, 2012
  • Our Adventure BeginsOn Friday, May 4 our NYC adventure began at Sky Harbor Airport when sally smiled innocently as the TSA agent told her, "Only one, not three bags full of gels and liquids is allowed.." She only had to surrender Posted by bsteinle in Adventures by bsteinle | May 3, 2012
  • Bon Voyage New York CityThursday, May 10 Morning came at 4:30 because our car was supposed to arrive at 5:30. Bonna had bought a Groupon one way private car ride and made a reservation. Feeling confident it was going to work after receiving Posted by bsteinle in Adventures by bsteinle | May 9, 2012
  • Waiting for Matt Lauer and Another ShowWednesday, May 9 Our last day in NY. Harlan and my brother Roger dared us to go to the Today Show and although it was raining pretty hard we decided to show them and trekked down with our umbrellas to Posted by bsteinle in Adventures by bsteinle | May 8, 2012
  • World Trade Center and Evening Harbor CruiseTuesday, May 8 Not as rainy as predicted, as we made our first and only journey on the NY subway. Luckily the ticket agent was helpful and friendly giving us very exact directions to our train and telling us that Posted by bsteinle in Adventures by bsteinle | May 7, 2012
  • Uptown, Harlem, Top of the RockMonday, May 7 Seeing Harlem was still on our list and we have another day on the hop on/hop off tour, so we made our way over to the uptown tour. Our first hop off was at the Lincoln Center, Posted by bsteinle in Adventures by bsteinle | May 6, 2012
  • Uptown, Central Park, Book of MormonSunday, May 6 We planned to take the uptown/Harlem tour today, but because of the Revlon run and bike tour around Manhattan, most of the main streets were blocked, so they could only drive through part of the tour. Posted by bsteinle in Adventures by bsteinle | May 5, 2012
  • Downtown, Street Performers, Chili Dogs & MoreSaturday, May 5 dawned dreary and cool under a forecast of sunny and 70. We never did see the sun, and at times almost broke down and bought hoodies. After breakfast we headed back to Planet Hollywood in Posted by bsteinle in Adventures by bsteinle | May 4, 2012
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