Super 8 Motel - Watseka
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... and then sat back to watch. Great crowd at the library…a lot of kids who were keen on simultaneously helping and trying to one-up J.P. through the whole show, so they kept him on his toes. Another good sign: the adults, including the librarian and Sara, were all laughing through the program too. This is a town that likes to laugh! After the library show, J.P. took some photos with a few kids ...
... I guess it is only a
matter of time before these beaches have apartments there full length
and then it will just look like anywhere else in Spain or France.
eventually arrived at Safi, which turned out to be a Phosphorous City
as on the outskirts we pasted a tremendously large processing plant with
massive piles of the naturally red raw phosphorous and out in the bay
we saw about six ships anchored, two and two usually make four, so I ...
... Zinfandel (California) and a 2004 Domaine Paul Atard Cotes du Rhone (France). The wines were no dissapointment either. Speaking of wine, one of my agenda items for this trip was to find my good buddy a decent wine shop in the area. After exploring high and low the best we could come up with was wine department at the local grocery store. Wow. If I ever open a wine shop, remind me to put a franchise in Bourbonnais. ...
... Top 10), Cuzco is an even more beautiful and cultural place. Even the nearby sacred valley of Inca offers a lot of activities to choose: white water rafting along Urubamba River (part of Amazonian system); shopping for Incan crafts at Pisac Sunday market; wandering through less famous Incan sites such as Sacsayhuaman and Ollantaytambo. Of course, no experience can rival that of trekking ...
... Lake Atitlan Other pictures of Guatemala 9. Krakow, Poland: Out of all these newly megapopular former Eastern Bloc cities, this is the only one making it to my Top 10 (Okay, there is another "half" of Eastern Bloc city making it to my Top 10). In many ways, Krakow is just more understated and charming then Budapest and Prague. It has one of the largest and most lively central squares in Eastern Europe (in which ...