Days Inn - Charleston
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... for how to get to our guide and hosts house - Marvin - he would be waiting outside for us. We had a little time so we walked down the Main Street to the information centre. The town had a strange feeling. The shops looked old and didn't seem to have anything modern in them. But across the road there was an IGA! It was disappointing not to see buggies and horses lined up in the street. We headed off to Marvin's and before long discovered we ...
Happy birthday to my love and my favorite clown, John! We celebrated after the show with wine, junk food, and four episodes of "Girls". A very lovely day which would have only been lovelier if we could have spent it with friends and family back home. But everyone sent John wonderful birthday greetings throughout the entire day, so I know we weren't far from people's thoughts. :)
... it was off to Sarah and Marvins home for an Amish brunch and a close up look at a couple of buggies.
Filled to overflowing we climbed back onto the bus and headed to Beachys Grocery Store...no fabric here but still worth a look at an interesting selection of food and household items.
Next stop was a little quilt shop called Melrose Quilts & Sewforth. Not much ...
... where her husband gave a little talk on modern quilting. Weeks is already at Paducah so we'll visit the booth when we go to the show. Next was a visit to the Field Museum in Chicago and lunch before boarding the bus for the three hour drive to Tuscola. Here we went to Flessor's Candy Kitchen for dinner....what a great place to visit. Good home ...
... they are entitled to. This includes spending records of the government, criminal records, and emails transmitted via education or government accounts. I thought that Australia had freedom in terms of the information they were able to access, but basically pretty much all forms of public information here is fair game.