Candlewood Suites Salt Lake City - Airport
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... was that we ALL had to share 1 bathroom for showers. Luckily, I had my own half bath in my room so I didn't have to leave my room very much. However, the shared bathroom was so disgusting I could barely stomach showering in there. Not to mention there was so much hair in the drain because Tosha was not considerate in cleaning it out after she showered. I used the Anytime Fitness showers as much as possible but it was difficult owing to that the shower was also the only ...
... egg ramekin, bacon, fruit and muffins, and had a conversation with the innkeeper. We were her only guests for the night. We drove to downtown Independence, checking in at the Visitors Center for Truman House Tour tickets. There was only one left so Betsy took it. We hustled the five blocks to 216 Delware St. She joined the tour and I visited the Noland House, which was across the street and was where Truman's cousins lived. He would stay overnight here when he came to town ...
... citizens. The US had 10.3.
Have shootings become so commonplace in America that I don't even hear them being reported anymore? Have I become numb to it? Maybe. Probably. Sadly.
Terrorism does happen there. And I had the experience of being in Canada when it did. I watched the reactions of Canadian news, Canadian politicians, Canadian citizens. And their reaction was kind. And heroic. And brave.
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... is that I might find something in Ireland -- a person with the same last name, perhaps, who might have other information. I might, possibly, locate a gravestone or a church with records that date to the 18th century.
After traversing across Ireland -- on the wrong side of the road with me driving! -- for a little over two weeks, we will take the overnight ferry to Normandy, France. My interest level with war is waaaaaaaaay down on my bucket list, ...