BEST WESTERN Chelsea Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... My spirit never gives up. I believe that strength is deeply connected to attitude. My positivity allowed me to take the full advantage of the experience. With strength and positivity, I grew wise.
2. My flexibility. Before I left America I would have considered myself quite a control freak. I was organized, with to-do lists and plans for everything. The routine I hated so much was dictated by myself. It was a habit ...
... America at a place called Sky Deck. It was like ChuckECheese for adults. We bowled, played arcade games, and had a couple drinks. Our team is mostly normal (except for Steve who is going to whole have an entry right for himself) so. It was decently fun. Tonna was a machine at this game where you shot Aliens...I blame her residing in Texas for being such a good shot. Oh Lord...it's only ...
... wax philosophical it's quite reduced from what it could be, I keep a journal that ends up with most of my incoherent ramblings.
So, one great idea for travel, write stuff on cards! I'm planning on getting my phone once I'm in China so I won't have an app filled smart phone to translate things while I'm getting to my school and getting settled. Enter the wonderful Google translator. I don't know how accurate it really is; I've tried some words ...
We departed Chicago area and headed on up North and spent a day touring through Hoover's Library (in West Branch, IA). Hoover was born in the Quaker religion and was orphaned at the age of 9 when his parents died and he was sent to an uncle who lived in Oregon. He worked hard and although he never attended high school he took night classes learning typing and bookkeeping. He was in the first class of the new California school known as Stanford ...
... and its surf.
Anyway, we left behind the racks upon racks of fishing gear and went up to the mezzanine floor edging closer for lunch at the cafe upstairs. We herded the kids away from the stuffed toys…. "yes their so cute and no, you can't have one". The toy cars with boat trailers plus the shooting gallery were also distractions from ordering lunch. I observed how the entire cafe was like stepping into a men's domain with ...