Cambridge Hotel and Conference Centre
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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I had a wonderful time at the hotel. The accommodations were great.
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... there. We get back to Aunt Liz’s at 10:30. She offers and makes a new pot of coffee and pours us each a cup. Jim researches pizza for delivery as he was left hungry at dinner so it isn’t long before a double pepperoni is on its way. We tell Aunt Liz about our day and our surprising side trip. We also talk a bit about tomorrow…but you will have to wait and see what was decided and how day three ends up. Until then, good night and sleep well! I sure ...
I'm all packed up and ready to go. Care is making some last minute adjustments to her clothing selection and we are ready. Nerves are kicking in but so is the excitement! I feel like I'm staring to get sick but I'm to excited 2 let it bother me. We will let you know when we arrive in Guatemala City. Keep checking this link every few days for updates. We figured that this will be the best way to keep everyone posted. Feel free to comment on posts! ...
Had a very pleasant 3 hour drive from Littleton down to Boston. As I got there a couple of hours early I headed for the harbour and tried to find somewhere to park - but the only place was a multi-story at $14/hour! So, I decided not to and drove to the airport instead. I forgot to refuel the car but the nice kind man let me out again to do that and then I returned. I then had to go to the desk and explain the collision damage - fair ...
... climbing Mt. Kilimanjaro. We will meet up with her when we land in Tanzania. I can hardly wait to hear the stories and see her pictures.
Just a few more days and the excitement begins. I am looking forward to spending time with my friends in Rotary, making new friends on the trip, and creating memories from the wonderful experiences that we are about to encounter in Tanzania Africa.