Red Roof Inn LaGrange
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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I went to see Jurassic World 3D with my parents. The movie tickets in this town are so cheap-- $12.75 for adults, $9 for seniors-- and that's for 3D!! There was live music across the street and overall a very good Friday night atmosphere in town! I thought the movie was very entertaining. The 3D aspect wasn't too astounding, like I never felt like the dinosaurs were right in front of me or coming towards me, but the creation of a theme park on screen was very exciting! Highly ...
Today was my last day of tutoring Alice, a Korean middle schooler I've been tutoring for the past 2 months! We put together an independent study plan for the summer, and I wished her well for the coming academic year and her life in the US of A! I moved here pretty much the same age as her, so I wanted to motivate her as much as possible :) I showed her mom and her around my parents' backyard garden/farm and picked some ...
... and new perspective. By lowering your head, as you do with bowing, you're being humble and also seeing the world from a different position than usual. In the 5-6 years I've practiced yoga, I've never attempted a full headstand or handstand. These are advanced poses with injury risks, so instructors tend to only show you exercises to work up to these peak poses instead of leading a class full of varying capabilities to invert themselves. I watched some ...
Wrapping up week 2 back from the Vipassana retreat and 2nd to last week before I go off to Emory!
It's been a great week! My mom and I have been doing evening 1-hour sittings together. I downloaded audios from the website with old student resources. Recorded circa 2000, these audios have a lot of background noise, which I edited out using a program called Audacity. I haven't used it since linguistics courses in college, but ...
... angled wooden ceiling that I didn't want to take too close of a look at. The floors were cement. The bath houses were also pretty rudimentary. I would've been ok if I had known we'd be sleeping in a campground, but it made me a bit easy because I hadn't brought much of campground-appropriate clothes (if anything, the general packing list suggested that I bring indoor house slippers!).
We were definitely not the only under-prepared ones. We had a ...