Larkspur Landing Bellevue- An All-Suite Hotel
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I'm taking a break from my Copenhagen blogging (Copen-blogging?), which I hope you are reading with the same glee I am experiencing whilst writing it, to ask for your help with Passports With Purpose 2013.
This is my 2nd year as a Passports With Purpose blogger, and the only blogger who is an Expedia employee. That matters, 'cuz my overlords are huge supporters of Passports With Purpose, and this ...
... and will be that much more nimble when the call from Doctors Without Borders comes.
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