Days Hotel Chester North
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... a perfect opportunity to grow closer with friends and in my faith.
Another great thing that has happened in the past few weeks is birthday celebrations. Kirstie turned 21 and we spent the week celebrating her awesomeness. On her birthday, we watched Despicable Me 2 and eat a cake that was shaped like a minion. Ben called Alexa, Kirstie, and I the minions and we have definitely identified with that. We look ...
... Bible: Readers and Perspectives, The Bible: Contents and Context, Developmental Psychology, and Health Psychology. Each class is roughly two hours long and meets once a week. Because of this, I don't have class on Wednesday or Thursday! It's like a weekend in the middle of the week. Even though I am really looking forward to class, I am a tad worried to see how they pan out. Chester runs a bit ...
Saturday is our last day in Wales. We spend the day visiting sites where my ancestors lived in the early 1800's.
Captain Dan Jones was the one who made the decision to come to America. He married Jane Welling in 1837 in Denbigh and that is where we start. It's another rainy day so we bundle up and head out. Right near the car park is a public library. We stop to check on what churches were ...
... dog walkers at that time of the day, so I feel more relaxed letting Shanks off the leash. Shanks, a mix of pointer and something else, is a good dog, listens and comes when called, go but loves to say hello to other dogs, who do not always feel that way! So, when another dog around, I call him, and most of the time he comes ;-) Belle is a mix of pug dog and terrier, lots of energy for such a small dog! She HATES other dogs. I definitively cannot ...
... so Liz was tasked with the mission of making it all the way down to Fareham to grab our bags then back to meet me in London (another 100GBP in train tickets gone, Jesus!).
When I finally made it to London we were faced again with problems finding accommodation. Luckily I was able to book two dorm beds at the 'Generator' for 70GBP (just take ALL of my money why don't you England!) then I set off to learn the Tube system here so that I could rendezvous with Liz.