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... DAMN" and crawled around on the floor to find the parts. Then he started writing. I was surprised when I got off the train, glanced at his paper and he had some of the finest handwriting I've ever seen.
Jacob lives right off the Thorndale exit, it's a nice neighborhood. He welcomed me into his apartment and the first thing I noticed was that he had like 10 guitars and a wall of vinyl records. Jazz posters adorned his walls, and where most people ...
... were mistaken for a foody selling truck! People approach hurriedly with their wallet on the ready always with the same question "selling grub?". After the present man popped the question, we began a conversation, because most people are quite interested in our adventure, and he ended up handing us two boxes of "Marathon of Miracles" granola bars with a job for us. The company was started by the man A. J. and his wife to promote breast cancer awareness and donate the proceeds. ...
... bar was divided into two parts with a stage in each, one band would okay, then when they were done everyone would move to the other half to watch a different band, I imagine its so we don't have to wait for the new band to set up etc. the bar was so bluesy and the bands were playing really authentic blues, there were some phenomenally talented musicians up there. I had loads of fun dancing to that... There was a LOT of dancing happening from those of us that were left! ...
... and seeing the fightin' Irish of Notre Dame campus in bustling South Bend, IN. Jaclyn vehemently said she would never want to attend Notre Dame based on the location. Poughkeepsie is more her speed. After learning that I-pass and ezpass are interchangeable, we coasted into Chi-town. The first traffic to speak of was encountered in Chicago just before our destination for the next few hours: US Cellular Field. We saw the White Sox host the Kansas City Royals. ...
... to all the friends and family that took us in and gave us a place to stay during our trip! We also are very thankful for all the new people we met along the way, except for the man who took my parking spot in San Francisco he can kick rocks. This was really an unforgettable trip! Peace & blessinz, Matthew & ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed