Comfort Inn & Suites Dimondale
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... bbq. We had such a great evening with him and his wife Kim and their kids and grandkids. Again, such a great perk of this new career being able to see family that lives far from home. Jacksonville is a very nice town, although our hotel was very blah. Needed many, many updates. After Jacksonville it was on to Miami! Wow! What a beautiful place! I think a retirement home in Miami is definitely in my future! Haha! However, I'd need ...
... of our adventures. She'll turn 93 when we return and we can't wait to tell her all about our adventures!
Thank you to my parents for a delicious Tuscan dinner to get us ready for Italy. We are all looking forward to tasting the food in Italy....okay maybe not Emery so much. Max Hornak, Emery may follow in your footsteps and be ordering a lot of pizza!
As a friend said in his recent blog posts from Italy....
Ciao for now!
... for a huge day Monday!
On Monday, I was woke up ready to enjoy my last day here in Rwanda. Casey and I left early for the Rwandan Genocide Memorial. This was one of the most powerful places I have ever been. The first part of the museum started out with describing the actual Rwandan Genocide of 1994. It did a great job giving historical background and describing how such a horrible atrocity can happen. Genocide requires a lot of propaganda, fear ...
... to the airport and my way back home.
Saturday February 4
I checked out of the hotel around 5:30
am and walked the block to the train station and found my way to the
S Bahn train that would take me out to the airport. A 45 minute ride
and soon I was checking in at the Delta counter and was directed to
the British Airways Lounge to relax before the flight. We boarded
and took off on time. We ...
... br> I wanted to travel before the heat and crowds of the summer, and the
end of May and the first part of June always fits my liking for
European travel. His tours are smaller than the typical tour, all
tips are included, no real shopping stops and no grumps allowed. He
also asks people to limit their luggage, packing very lightly, as
occasionally we had to walk a couple of blocks to the hotels and many
of the hotels had no elevators, as many small European ...