Four Points By Sheraton Tallahassee Downtown
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Our stay at the resort is over and it is time to head home. We spent $30 dollars on ice and some snacks to fill up the ice chest. Our first stop on the way back is Tallahassee. We will be taking the same route back that we took to come here. This stop was very quick, we just needed to get gas and are on our way again. The gas was ...
We stopped in Tallahassee and will be staying the night. The hotel costed $136. This is our last stop before our destination. Can't wait to arrive in Orlando. This whole trip I have been looking forward to go to Disney World. We bought dinner for $38 and had a cheap breakfast of only $21. We refilled the gas for $38.95.
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... must go to Dr. Kearley's office hours. I now await the completion of three more exams, two of them being spanish and one later on today. I haven't studied for the one later today but it is peer health and I all I need is two hours and I will be golden.
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... blurry. Thats why there are so many different breeds of Christianity. Its all how we interpret the bible. But as Christians its important to represent one thing: Love. Love is what illuminating the bible. The one theme to be pulled out is love. Love has completely changed people around. Love has changed the persecutors to followers and preachers. But, with 7 billion people in the world, there are many different ways people receive and send love. And sometimes that love doesn't ...
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There are little signs posted all along the trail that gave information about the native life. We stopped and read each one, then looked for the things the signs talked about. We saw the tracks of some animal in the path, but we did not see who made those tracks. We peeked at little hidey-holes but only saw spiders. We walked out of the woods feeling ...