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It was a good hotel , they have a nice features and there service is the best
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... We stopped for a Thai meal and beer at a "Barbecue Garden" before entering the Palace. Again there was confusion over whether they would take American money. The Palace was quite contemporary all done to in marble. The rooms with had mostly floor to ceiling windows. The furniture arrangements were quite formal with with gold and brown upholstered furniture. This is where the President lived and where peace talks took place. We noted President Nixon in one of the pictures, ...
... and watch them sign things for a bit. Once I'd seen them come down the steps I lost interest. I'm a Bombers' supporter.
It took 3 hours to get from Perth to Melbourne and I had the most insecure flier two seats over from me, very loudly freaking out over every small sound the plane was making. Once when the wheels came down and again when we touched down she screamed "what was that?" and scared children in the seats in front of ...
... 8217;s dad Barry. He likes to talk, so I should amend that to say I listened for that time. It was a wonderful wedding and so glad that I was able to attend. I really liked Stefhan. He has 2 daughters so she gets a ready made family, just like Kristin did. The shuttle arrived and back to the hotel. I was in jammies when I had doubts about locking my car earlier this day, so dressed again and down to check, but it was locked, so to bed and read for about 5 minutes and off to sleep.
... and certainly a sense of adventure and most of time I don’t mind when you have to roll with things. I like drifting down the river vs. fighting to take an intended route. But of course this is a study abroad and the institution has quite a different view on this (perhaps understandably so). So perhaps I should curb the adventure and actually liking the unpredictability’s and wait for when I travel without those constraints. ...
... British Columbia, but certainly not consistently. Just as we were flipping through guidebooks and calculating driving distances, an unexpected and serendipitous email from Ben's godfather and mother, Dave and Aileen Peel, came in. They are snowbirds, flocking from BC's cold and often wet winters, to Arizona, and Arizona was definitely on our list; we were psyched to ...