Quality Inn & Suites
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... here a few years ago and watch Jacob’s soccer team play Auburn. Lots of memories here. In elementary school, each football team had a business sponsor and we played our games at Troy Field. I remember playing the budget strapped Pacific/Algona team and some of the players had to wear leather helmets. This was Lou’s team, so we go back this far. I also remember the turf when we played in high school was terribly thick and soggy, ...
... in it. I ended up buying a paper style rise that was lacquered and placed on a pin but I will use it as just a decoration, I also purchased a fan that she hand decorated. There was a gorgeous piece of fabric that had a design in it that we both quite liked and we considered buying it until we saw the price, it was 110,000 wan which equated to $110 US dollars which then equated to about $140 Australian so as a result we did not purchase it ...
... shirts; Two pairs of shorts (one nice one exercise); One pair of skinny black pants; One nice pullover sweater; one sweater/drawstring waist jacket in charcoal grey; grey leather jacket; black maxi skirt; Beige shall/scarf; stretchy vintage belt; swimsuit; running bra and tank; spanks; and bra and ...
... art installations throughout. We first saw these giant curved steel sculptures that made the installation called 'Wake' (Richard Serra, 2004). This was the creepiest installation for me because it reminded me of the sunken Titanic. Gross.
After this piece we headed out to the shore to see some real waves. Along the way we passed a bright orange piece called 'The Eagle' (Alexander Calder, 1971). Personally it did not look like a bird to me, ...
... It’s supposed to simulate you and some friends performing to a massive live audience, though when we ask about it, apparently it will be very very loud. We know the kids won’t like that (especially George who has now woken up), but they say they can skip that and we can just get a family photo, which we do.
Back downstairs and we suddenly realise it is well past lunchtime. We head to the café, but ...