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... room and another basketball court for good measure. The halls are spotless and between class it was hard to find anyone roaming around. Their school day is much the same as ours with 6 periods of around 45 minutes. They do have 2 lunches though as the cafeteria can only handle 900 students at a time and so they are split to cope with the numbers. There is seating for nearly everyone and we all sampled a ...
... freeways were parking lots, two accidents had traffic backed up for miles; we have both forgotten how to drive in the rain but thankfully our very patient driver handled all of the stress as if this was the most normal thing in the world . . . so so very happy I no longer have to commute ...
... say that it was a mouthful was an understatement. Good thing I had a beer to wash it all down! Our seats were field level in the corner of one of the end zones. We lucked out because when I went to look online, these field level seats were selling for just as much as the upper ones! Someone must've wanted to sell them quick, and we didn't even blink! The seats were awesome, and it seemed there were a lot of Dallas ...
... markets and oggling at all the food, arts and crafts.
We spent some time over the road at Pier 59 before walking up the 141 stairs back to the top of our street. On our way back to the Roosevelt we did some window shopping. It was nice to skype with my family before heading to Capitol Hill for a wander around and a bite of dinner. We are loving Thai at the moment! So cheap, so much variety and super tasty.
We treated ourselves to a banana and ...
... convince yourself that the tradeoff of spending your precious weekend time on that project as opposed to one of a million other things is worth it. I've checked quite a few items off my long-term to-do list in the last few weeks, which is always a good feeling. I have the time too to make sure that I am fully prepared for my trip, without having to jam everything into the night before, as I ...