AmericInn Hotel & Suites Stillwater
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Our flight to the USA is a good one. We choose to break it up with a couple of hour stopover in Philadelphia. Just a few hours in the airport. It's a cheaper ticket, by £250 per person. Three things disappoint me tho, re Philadelphia, and those are that I see no cream cheese, feel no 'freedom' and I get food poisoning. It only lasts 24/36 hours at most. Kim and Jon's house is as magnificent as I have always imagined. Set in acres of woodland, it is entirely made of wood, ...
... Minnesota Winter experience! God blessed us with a light snow fall & below zero temperatures, so Rich got to experience that too!
Our visit ended way to quickly but...we thank God for every minute we had with our son!
We are so proud of the man he has grown to be and we love him so very much!
Maybe we can do this again next year, in Boston!!
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... with his family (Julie, Sam, Charlie and Evie). The evening was a bit chaotic but the kids seemed to really enjoy each other (Charlie was thrilled to meet two other Charlies) and it was great to be able to catch up with them. Jen and Tom offered up two beds in their house for us to sleep in, and the idea of another night away from the RV was delightful. So we brushed teeth (skipped "Puff") and nestled down for a glorious night of sleep. ...
... have to learn Wolof (a language spoken only in three West African countries). It would not be the end of the world learning another language but I would love nothing more than to become fluent in French and since I already have a good base, why not stick with it, right?
Well, that is about all for now. I can assure you that there will be more exciting posts to come in the future, but I just want to keep accurate records of pre-departure.
Tout à l'heure.