Fairfield Inn & Suites Greeley
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Yesterday Lesley and I spent the day op-shopping in Boulder with my friend Snow. For those of you that do not know, op-shop is Australian for thrift store. (one persons trash is another persons opportunity). We had a blast. My best purchase was this hand carved tacky egret which has been named Oscar and fits in perfectly in our home. We also picked up some wine glasses and ...
... 2. Germany to visit more cities haha
CITY OR PLACE YOU DIDN’T MAKE IT, BUT REALLY WANTED TOO! (next time)
3. Northern Germany
WHAT YOU WILL NEVER FORGET
1. My time spent with Eva
2. My flight home
3. How many festivals Germany has
1. The police checking my passport on the train back from Prague then calling someone about my passport. Finally ...
... died down some until just as I was getting ready to retire. I had taken the awning down earlier and then put it back up. With the wind acting up again, I had to take it down again in the dark. I’m glad that I did.
It had gotten up to 98 degrees yesterday, so the awning was a godsend.
It stayed warm during the night, but cooled as a system came through. It was 43 when I got up ...
... My return flight is on July 31st. That gives me 10 days after school ends to travel wherever I want. I haven't decided where yet.
Oh, and funny story. My credit card company texted me and told me to call them because they thought someone stole my card. Apparently, the hostel ran my card in Ireland ...
... Aside from a short trip to Hong Kong when she was 8 months old, this was her first real trip to a foreign country. We got to watch her experience everything for the first time. We vicariously got to soak in this eastern world without the baggage, judgment, or indifference we bring as adults. She was also a terrific gateway to meet lots of locals. Chinese love children and everyone wanted to interact with her. We felt warmth from the Chinese ...