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- Continental Breakfast
- Refrigerator in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Breakfast Available
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... capital, Reykjavik, on Thursday. Goodness! These Northern European words are going to be the death of me! We start our journey home at midnight (GMT) on Thursday (8/13) via Berlin and Newark arriving Houston IAH on Friday at 4:50pm CDT. Unfortunately, the weather is not looking too rosy over there. Copenhagen will be the warmest with highs in the mid 70s and lows around ...
After reading some friends' travel blog of their honeymoon trip and dining experiences on an app called TravelPod, I think I'm gonna give it a try. Why not? Electronic or paper? Why not both! I recently received a lovely Travel Journal from a friend that I just love, so my plans for this upcoming trip are to document ...
... a Lebanese place for us to try for dinner, Mary's, which is her favourite restaurant and considering how sick of Mexican we were we were keen to give it a try. She ended up coming with us for dinner which was fine, interesting to have a chat about things like uni over here and her travel experiences. We ordered Mary's sampler to share which had grapeleaf things, falafels and two others that I forget but it was ...
... back and forth. No shops. No side roads. Just 20 miles of houses. I can understand why Americans go next door and borrow stuff from neighbours. I can understand why they have shopping complexes as bigs as postcodes in New Zealand. I understand now why they buy everything in bulk, and everything is bigger in size. Because folks they have shot the convenience store owner. We drove over more bridges, and then looped back into Houston and our motel. The motel from ...
... to bring their baby in and left him in the car for some time. It was only when his wife asked about the child that he rushed out and thankfully found him safe, but crying.
The tithe was then taken up and a singing group performed during this time, followed by prayer. Something I found quite different (and a little distracting) was that the organist played the whole time the local pastor spoke and prayed - he seemed to be able to fit his music to ...