Fairfield Inn Lima
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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- Free parking
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We drove 8 hours today to drop George off at Rob's parents house. It will only take us 7 hours to get to Ireland from NYC tomorrow. Hmm...
Anyway, this is our tester blog to see if you guys can see this. Throw me a text if you can see it, please.
... into you or somebody else. It is not extraordinary for somebody to lose a leg. 5) Power Nailers Securing tools do not seem quite as threatening as saws, but they impair more people. Several of these tools can be set up to blast a projectile on contact. If you are not hyper-alert of where you are directing the tip of the nail gun, you possibly will end up driving it against one of your body parts. Teaching people how to be OSHA compliant in hand and power ...
I just when to CP and I am so excited because we got to see Carly re Jepsen!!!! That was the most fun I had! ( I went there in the summer of 2012) we had so much fun! I went with my friends we had the best time ever! of course we had our parents with us can't forget them! well see you in my next travel bye!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! ...
... is. I will be blogging the entire time that I am in China so you can check back to see more updates as time progresses. I have yet to setup a concrete update schedule since I have yet to see what my day-to-day schedule will consist of. This will be worked out at a later date! So welcome and I hope this blog proves to be interesting and resourceful!
Today's trip was a waste for the kiddos, but I was in my element! I have waited 10 to visit this museum. The Mazza Museum collects original artworks that are used in children's books. They currently have over 7500 pieces. We saw the 300+ that are currently on display. They switch out the pieces every June. I saw original works by Stephen Kellogg, Gail Gibbons, Brian Pinkney, Brian ...