Travel tales, taking the bus and trusting the GPS

     While vacationing in London in June, I followed the news in the U.K. (Brexit uncertainties and slow economic growth), in Guam (expected repeal of the sales tax law) and more. …

 

     But one of the objects of the trip was to get out and about. And so my husband, Ken, and I set off to Stonehenge — which we had not visited in more than 20 years — together with our house guests.

     Unlike the previous time, we now have a GPS for the car. It’s so easy when you have . . .

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