The Glen Hotel
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... Boy did they like their cheese. They had mostly Cheddar and it was on the expensive side, $17/lb, so after Bob tasted a few, we politely made our departure.
On arrival in Dublin, we headed for the bottling company. There is a soda fountain attached to the museum where they make soda the old fashioned way. The museum is really interesting and the people who work there are very knowledgeable on the history. They ...
Our departure is one week away and the anticipation is building. But first final exams are between us and our taxing down the runway for our long flight. Can't wait to eat the freshest sushi on the planet, to take in a sumo match and baseball game, and visit the World Heritage sites that are a testament to the Japanese preservation of history. Wishing everyone the best on your finals and don't forget - PACK LIGHT! Dr. ...
... are so after the shows tonight we’re going to make full use of a free station.
Today was laundry day again…even though we just did it on Wednesday, we need to stay on schedule. There wasn’t as much to do so we were done in record time. We would’ve been done sooner but the address for the laundromat was incorrect online and after driving around aimlessly trying to find it, I finally found their ...
When we left Colorado Springs we did not have the paperwork necessary to get license plates for our new truck or our Redwood 5th wheel. It was something that we were unsure how to handle long distance—but we knew if it was possible, Catrina could get it taken care of. Worst case scenario, we would make a trip back to Colorado Springs to get the license plates in person—but heading back ...
We moved onto Glen Rose, Texas—it feels like such a nice little town. We drove through town and enjoyed seeing the old Downtown area. There are a lot of stone buildings (that we later found out are partially petrified wood). I love seeing the different architecture around the country.