Best Western Park Suites Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... her. I would imagine so - that is all she knew until she entered our lives, and who would not miss such a spunky little girl.
The pictures are such a treasure. There are no captions or dates - we can only assume when they are from and what was going on at the time. We are so thankful for these pictures! ...
... saying but she now calls this "wa wa."
4. When I give her some banana, I always peel it for her and slice it. Today, as John carried her past the bunch of bananas, she reached out for one. John gave her the whole thing and next thing you know, she's got it peeled including those stringy pieces and has eaten half of it. Miss Independent!
5. She knows when it's nap or bedtime and will say "night-night" and walk to her crib. ...
Our first stop on the road to South America was an overnight in Dallas, Texas on Spencer's B-day. So, I scouted out a famous BBQ place that was close to the airport and our hotel - Hard Eight Texas BBQ was it! We ordered a tray of meat - seriously. We chose a sampler tray of different meat including; beef brisket, chicken jalapeno poppers, spicy sausage, and some beef skewers plus we added corn on the cobb. Everyone's favorite was the beef ...
... up and take a running start to clear several rises, fishtailing as he gunned the engine to work up enough momentum to carry us through. It took longer than 2 hours to clear the 40 or so miles up to Giti and the first 20 miles, on blacktop, we covered in about 30 minutes.
Finally arriving at the hall in Giti, we stopped to greet those who were there. Then we got back in the Nisan to visit some members in their homes. We drove slowly and carefully down the ...
... 8217;s Gate and Lake Naivasha, where I had organized tours for Feast of Tabernacles attendees and other visitors. He had not seen nearly as much of his own country, and had only visited Nairobi National Park, which we discussed as well. We compared the animals we had seen, and how fascinating they are. I sprinkled in a few of the Swahili phrases I’ve picked up over the years, which made him laugh. He made the high-pitched eeee sound which in much of Africa is ...