Cobblestone Manor Luxury Historic Inn
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We dropped the RV at the arranged depot south of Seattle and the girl there kindly gave us a lift into out hotel ... Clarion near the Seattle airport. Usually hotel check in is after 3pm and as it was only 9am we were surprised our room was ready. We settled in and then decided to get a taxi to the Museum of Flight about 20 minutes away. WOW .... This place was incredible. Having a Dad that was in the airforce and also was an aircraft engineer for his entire life, means I ...
... wide roads, flat expanses and comfort in nearly every form except for my parent's dog Ridge that must has doggie ADD according to my mother. I have often lost track of my heart in this place and spend much of my time returning to myself in my practices, in writing, in phone calls, in walks and this time finding it with my mother in a bog garden and in the dance 40 mins away down town as well. There's also all the little tasks of preparation before I fly off ...
... waste to eat at McDonald's when you are in a unique place, I find it interesting to compare the McDonald's in between places. I remember when Amanda and I were in London (sheesh, that was 10 years ago!) the McDonald's there had a sweet chicken sandwich that wasn't in the US and now my curiosity gets the better of me and I want to make sure that other Mickey D's aren't harboring tasty delights from me. I haven't been there yet, but ...
... s economic problems and social unrest in Detroit saw a flood of people fleeing to the suburbs even though they might come back on Sunday to worship in their former parish. Detroit was at its largest with 1.8 million people in 1950. It is down to a little over 700,000 people today. Now many of the parishes are Hispanic.
These churches are a tribute to the faith and industry of those immigrants who built not only their church, but ...