Comfort Inn & Suites Dimondale
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Next Up.....Greenwood for Sophie and Emery, several graduation open houses, Pearson leaves with the youth from FPCH to go to Chicago on a Mission Trip and Kirk heads up north for a week of rest, reflection and a chance to ride the trail he will be running in August for his marathon.
Until we meet again.....enjoy this beautiful day!
... br> We picked up our train tickets and some of our hotel reservations last week as well. This week we are hoping to finalize places we want to see so we can purchase tickets ahead of time....recommended for some of the busier places we want to see in Italy. Truthfully though, knowing how we have traveled in the past, somethings we might not decide to do until we're there and that's okay with us.
So until next week.....enjoy the pictures!
... and not simply a number placed in history. As we exited the museum, we entered a garden and a mass burial. Over 250,000 were buried right in front of us. It is something I couldn't fathom and probably will never fathom in my lifetime.
After being at the memorial for 3 hrs we went back home to prepare for my departure. We had lunch and threw the frisbee one more time. This time was the best because a bunch of children came and played with us. They loved ...
... had to drag Sandy from visiting
the Anne Frank house for about the 6th time!! We then
headed down to the lobby bar, had a drink and then left go get a tram
to go to Rembrantplein, a square I was familiar with that housed an
Indonesian restaurant we had visited in the past. We bought a 24
hour pass for the transit system and then made our way to the square.
The restaurant was not crowded and we were seated right away. We
ordered Rijsttafel, or rice table, a ...
... and he said he was from Indiana and had been in
Asia working for the past twenty years. He spent time in Phuket,
Thailand as a SCUBA instructor and had been in Georgetown for about a
year, doing odd jobs. He gave me some insight what it was like
living in Asia and especially in Georgetown. Soon I was off to some
to some of the sights the bartender had suggested and I soon found
myself in a British style pub that was air conditioned. I sat next
to an Indian ...