Fairfield Inn & Suites Oshkosh
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... what happened as most of us but the story about the bad weather is believable to me. When we flew to Jakarta from Manado on December 27th, the weather was bad in Jakarta area. It was cloudy and raining heavily. There was so much turbulence that while the plane was descending, it had a sudden drop. Really, I saw some passengers, including myself, were in the mid air for a second. It almost seemed like we all just jumped inside the plane at the same time. It was ...
... and sat under the Christmas tree for our gift exchange with Jeremy's parents on New Year's Eve. The last thing to do on Friday before we leave is to drop Freya (our 11-month-old and 55-pound golden retriever) off at my in-laws' place. My mother in law has kindly offered to meet me half way and pick up Freya.
Jeremy: Paid all the ...
... for many of Chicago's famous buildings. He was a mentor to Frank Lloyd Wright. He also designed ten banks known as Jewel Boxs in the upper midwest. All are still standing. My friend Mary told me about them - she has seen several - and I remembered there was one in Columbus so we stopped. What a beautiful building on the main drag in this little town in Wisconsin!! If you ...
... gracious enough to allow Alex to sit in the cockpit and check out the plane. After this, Larry went his way and we ours.
We stopped in at a pavilion dedicated to Space Camp in Huntsville, AL. In there, we talked with some of the staff and finally got the chance to fly fighter simulators against each other. Alex was bragging how he was going to get me, and I must admit, he did a really good job. Although he didn't shoot me down, I didn't manage to ...
... an hour setting up our tent and tying down the plane. The ground is baked hard like a brick, and it took me many tries to put in our plane's tie-down stakes, which look like big corkscrews, into the ground. We also set up our tent and got everything squared away before setting out to walk the show.
Our first stop was registration, where we paid all the necessary fees, duties, taxes, etc. Once done, the courtesy van ...