Doubletree Hotel El Paso Downtown/City Center
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20-22 November: San Francisco-Los Angeles-New Orleans: PART 1--- I left the hotel on a wet and foggy morning and was grateful my Russian taxi-driver knew his way. Sadly, views of the SF bay and the Golden Gate Bridge were lost in the fog. At the AMTRAK office adjacent to the SF ferry terminal I boarded a bus for the hour long journey eastward to Oakland to meet the Coast Starlight Express en route from Seattle to LA. The train pulled in on time ...
... tym domu zrobiła na nas niesamowite wrażenie. Posprzątaliśmy po kolacji, położyliśmy Anię spać i zasiedliśmy z Russem do stołu, by posłuchać historii okolicznych terenów oraz dowiedzieć się, które miejsca warto jego zdaniem zobaczyć. To naprawdę inteligentny człowiek, z niesamowitą wiedzą i mnóstwem historii do opowiedzenia. Myślę, że nie mogliśmy lepiej trafić. ...
... the AC was broken. We were almost through when the woman had to get out of the car and it got taken to a car lot. At night I escaped and I walked to the nearest bus stop. It was really quiet except for the intercom announcing leaving buses and flights.
... that we were able to spend some quality time with Jason's parents and sister this week.
Of course Grandma and Grandpa spoiled the girls and they spent the whole week destroying their house over and over but it was fun being all together. We had dinner at Jason's favorite taco place three times and went to Peter Piper once for Sarah and Lily. I have to say it's kind of pricy to go there but the crispy pizza and smily kids make it totally ...
... was reinstated by 7 leaders in the history of Israel and Judah (Solomon, Jehoshaphat, Joash, Hezekiah, Josiah, Ezra, and Nehemiah). Each time this order of worship was reintroduced, major breakthroughs and victories occurred. Over the past few decades, this intercessory worship model has inspired prayer houses to spread throughout the world, and I look forward to being a part of this ...