Quality Inn Northtown
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... that I hope to come back to some day.
I don’t like to dwell in the past so now its time for my next big adventure. Senegal is going to be great and I am so lucky that I am able to spend some time with my parents, and maybe even see my brother at my LA layover, before I depart. I am truly blessed with the best friends and family, I don’t know what I would do without them. Take care for now everyone. Hawaii here I come!
... it and leg room to spare. Ahhh, flying heaven!
Once again, I was off on time, again a new experience for me when going in or out of New York. I even managed to arrive at MPS 10 minutes early.
A wonderful end to an amazing vacation. Teri picked me up at the light rail stop at the Dome and got me home in time for lunch.
Thank you Mel for the amazing experience!!! I would go again in a flash!
... that. It was hard to say how but they did. They were a large family and I felt proud to see it.
On the way home, I felt really mixed up inside. I kept thinking about what happened today. I thought about the boy and Basketball story. I thought about the Somalian school. I thought about the little boy on Tuesday who wanted me to live next to him. I thought about the children who teachers over here ...
Today is a day without Jenn. Jenn is heading for a gruelling 12 hour shift at the family business, "Buchkosky Jewellers", but Jenn is happy to head off to work. "It's a loath compared to being at home" she remarks as she outlines the day's plan and delegates the evening meal responsibilities to Sauli and I in true Camp Director style. No worries! Getting out of the house for our day's outing was a tad more challenging without Jenn's presence to move ...
When I finally crawled out of bed (I'm a night owl) the large dining room table was being transformed into an Edible Art workshop. Auntie Jenn set the parameters of the activity, namely that there would be no tasting of the art supplies and that there were carrots to nibble if anyone got an attack of the munchies. Hmmm! The art supplies sure looked awfully tempting for our Hansels and Gretels as they proceeded to design winter scenes from ...