Americas Best Value Inn- Independence
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... down to get in line for Notre Dame...we were pleasantly surprised to find the wait to walk up to the top bell tower was only about 15 minutes! What a spectacular view of this beautifully constructed masterpiece that took more than 200 years to build. All three of us loved the many gargoyles and enjoyed spotting all the unique ones...from traditional gothic style to elephants and even one eating a bird. Once we circled the top of the tower and enjoyed the ...
... ready to cement our plans. A return to Southeast Asia is our intention, as Dan scours airfare and I get giddy over the amazingly affordable accommodations. (Do we try Air B&B for $15 or a 5star hotel for $41? Oh, the decisions!) As we nail things down, and certainly as we travel, we will update the blog! Looking forward to sharing our summer adventures! ...
... a routine, to-do lists and a clean house. Since I start at Hyland on 6/15, I decided to welcome my spontaneous side to this new chapter and enjoy this time between the old/new jobs. Bryan has been referring to this as my "retirement", but I like to think of it as my sabbatical. To learn what, you ask? To learn how to relax :) I'll be traveling to Paris with my childhood friend, Marisa, and her sister, Olivia. Then ...
Beyond excited to take off for another adventure abroad in 1 week! See my itinerary below, and enjoy following along: - Thursday (6/4): Depart for Paris, France (CDG) - Friday (6/5): Arrive in France and explore... - Saturday (6/6): Take in as much of Paris as possible, including a late night show at Moulin Rouge - Sunday (6/7): Morning in Paris followed by a train ride ...
... neat little miner's museum and a nice memorial for a huge mine disaster from a ew year's back.
I got home after an easy and uneventful ride, arriving at around 230pm. No rain the whole way. In fact it didn't rain all evening or night!
I can't wait to ride the new BMW motorcycle down in the twisties, although I know there's NO WAY I can keep up with Susanne (Speedy Beagle)!