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After an overnight in JFK's TWA Hotel,  and a swim in their infinity pool, the  short 6 hour flight to London was a breeze.






Back home with Sarah and  The Kin, including our Scottish terrier, Skyelark. Born in America, and returning to her ancestral homeland. 



Sarah and Skyelark



Pandemic Travel...

Although I vaccinated, the passenger locator form for The U.K. requiredthat I buy 3 Covid tests-for test to release- and quarantine for 10 days, 5 if the first one is negative... I had to have both the rapid and the 24 antigen test to fly...so this has been all about covid testing. The plane had 53 people onboard..It is understandable considering the barriers to entry.

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The 1960's...we spent a typical night watching The Beverly Hillbillies or Bonanza. We payed 70 cents to meet James Bond played by Sean Connery for the first time in Dr. No. Here in the TWA Hotel, we get the nostalgia. So what happened to TWA? It struggled with high fuel prices in the 1970s and — after deregulation of the airlines — competition from low-fare carriers in the 1980s. Corporate raider Carl Icahn bought it and sold many routes. American Airlines bought TWA out of bankruptcy in 2001 and retired the name.
In Palm Beach with Skyelark, her first flight in an airplane at just the young puppy age of 15 weeks.


Red Carpet Treatment






 


 

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 A visit to The Boone Plantation, driving down Acenue of the Oaks, and a campus tour of The Citadel,were beautiful experiences in their own impactful ways. 

The   filming location for “The Notebook” , Boone Hall Planation was Allie’s Family’s Summer House. The antebellum mansion is located in South Carolina near Charleston and has the distinction of being one of America’s oldest working plantations, growing and producing crops for over 320 years. 

The History of The Citadel began in the early 1800s with the establishment of state arsenals in Charleston, South Carolina and Columbia, South Carolina and continues this day to make great leaders

The Citadel, The Military College of South Carolina, commonly known simply as The Citadel, is a military college in Charleston, South Carolina. Established in 1842, it is one of six United States senior military colleges. It has 18 academic departments divided into five schools offering 23 majors and 38 minors

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