Econo Lodge King's Dominion South
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... but I remembered that I work with the Alabama Legislature, which certainly has a similar vibe. The museum was packed and Laura ran from area to area with a frenzy I'd never seen before. From sliding down a treehouse to milking a life-size plastic cow to riding a carousel twice and other activities, she packed a lot of fun into a small amount of time.
We drove to lunch in a continuing drizzle and explored an area of Richmond known as Carytown, which ...
... floral shop, Strawberry Fields, for tea towel and candle purchases. Heading to the west end of Richmond, we stopped for lunch at The Continental. The menu offered several sandwich and pizza options. It was good and I loved the inflatable globe/lantern ceiling decor. While we shopped, Buddy took the Harley for a check-up and met a friend for lunch on the southside of Richmond.
Being with family made all of these days fun.
... line-height: 17.920000076293945px;">- The Greek people express deeper feelings at various social occasions individually or in groups, on occasions of joy and sadness, as well as in moments of philosophizing life itself. Thus, folk music has accompanied every aspect of a person's life: work (farming, livestock-farming, or other rural occupation); social events (birth, marriage, death, feasts); and spiritual life.
... was used mainly by the chorus, which was a group of singers/actors who acted, spoke and sang together, often intensifying a situation or scene for the audience
a. The chorus opened the show with a song that
introduced the story, might have given some background into what was going to
happen, and even explain what the audience would soon be watching. At the end
of the show, ...
... An instrument that I found particularly interesting is the aulos. The aulos was the most commonly used instrument y ancient Greeks. Most like the oboe, the aulos has a simple sound of great proportion. Many different mediums were used to create the aulos' body. Metal, wood and bone were used as the body and it is said to have had four to eight tremata (holes) carved into the top. When blown through, with a reed in place, the sound was much like a singing ...