Country Inn & Suites Smyrna
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... will be useful if we need emergency charging of our phones.
And I finally found a hat at REI. It is packable so that is good and will offer some good sun protection in those hot SE Asian countries!
I've started laying things out to put in my suitcase and I'm getting a little concerned about that 20 inch suitcase!!! Craziness!!! Who on earth can live out of a 20 inch suitcase ...
... counselors. I am excited to see all the beautiful sights Sicily has to offer. Lastly, I am a little exhausted from all this traveling and planes. It really takes it out of you! Well this will be the most boring post you will have to read on this blog so congratulations you survived! I can't wait to share stories of all my travels and all the funny things my campers say!
... place I thought it should go. First, let me just say I was so obsessed with you after I met you. When I first heard of you, I was worried that we just let another random asian into Phi Mu. However, I realized that you were an adorably sweet woman who had so much going for her. You were so put together as a freshman, I was so afraid that you would think I am a crazy freak... It worked out in the end, and I am glad I was/am able to call you Little. Forgetting titles, you are my ...
... I believe’ in the basement. We then went up and checked out the church for a bit before going back up the street and hoeing into a fish fry that was on offer.
We then walked to Centennial Olympic park and watched the kids playing in the water. Too cute. Then we watched the water feature to music.
Quick look inside CNN building and then we walked back to the train centre and had a look ...
... our story, we drove to Mount Vernon, only a few miles from our motel, for our first visit to the home of our first and perhaps greatest (and maybe richest, as well) president. According to the video that leads off the tour, George was a crafty devil, accumulating land while still only a surveyor and parlaying thousands of acres into a sizable real estate empire. Apparently he was an adept businessman and innovative farmer, engaging in almost any legal enterprise ...