Fairfield Inn Green Bay Southwest
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... some time to reflect, I realized that I would like to see even more of Germany, wouldn't mind spending more time in Riga and Istanbul, and three days in Tallinn was perfect.
As always, I'm feeling very fortunate to have this travel opportunity, and I'm glad you all came along with me.
Thanks for reading.
Until the next one,
... just so happened that the Blue Mosque was open because prayer service wasn't going on. We had to take off our shoes and go barefoot. I also had to use my scarf to cover my head.
What is Hagia Sophia? Incredible, for one. Here is more from my friend, Wikipedia:
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Diane here. I'm putting the final touches on our final email to the team. I'll be reminding them to pack their passports, pack their Live Generously t-shirts, bug spray, suntan lotion and water bottles to name a few things.
We started planning this experience 19 months ago!!! It's been fun meeting the team and picking up a co-leader, Gayle Hale, as the team continued to grow ...
Every time I started a new blog post for the past 7 years, Travelpod asks me to come up with a catchy title. I think I have come up with some pretty clever ones in the past, but a person only has so much of that in her.
Yes, I'm going on another trip. I don't think anyone is too shocked when I say this every 6 months or so. It has kind of become standard. And I'm not complaining ! This one takes me from Chicago ...
... I still believe, however seeing it first hand and seeing the players practice made me realise just how physical these men are. Yes there is a lot of padding and yes it's not in my eyes all necessary, but there is a much lower injury rate in NFL than there is in rugby union. There is also a lot less serious injuries, by serious I mean broken necks, spinal injuries and head knocks. They still happen, however to nowhere the same degree. I'm not in anyway saying rugby ...