Hampton Inn Auburn
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... Florida International University hosted by 350.org, the climate change organization that was holding events worldwide on that weekend. Toronto participated too. Though sparsely attended, the meeting introduced me to many enthusiastic professors and activists who will , no doubt grow the Divestment movement. I even met the Miami mayor who was interviewed on the CBC last month concerning the danger that rising sea levels pose to South Florida.
Believe it or not, we stopped at a Walmart which was a dinner takeout option! Arrival at the Sheraton was just before 7 PM. John and I enjoyed a glass of wine in our room and watched Alabama vs. Arkansas. After a while we went down to the hotel bar for dinner and shared wine and appetizers. The bartender, Robert, was very attentive and friendly. Once back in the room, more football.
... would say Bridge Bay campground in Yellowstone. Huge campground with no personality. Worst campground (non-Park): Trailer Village RV Park, Roswell, NM. Flies, dirt lots, bad water, smell of cow dung and a sickly rooster crowing at 5 am. Runner up: Outside Toledo Best Travel Book/Guide: "Your Guide to the National Parks" by Michael Joseph Oswald Best Travel App: iExit (tells you what restaurants and gas stations are located at each interstate exit) ...
Several folks needed to dry their feet or head off for other obligations, so six of us continued on to Grassy Pond, a contiguous piece of conservation land just west of Nagog Hill. First, we checked the map.
Flatter and, according to the map, less wet than the Nagog Hill land, we anticipated an easy walk of just over a mile.
... my camera with me, I started wandering around looking for good spots for taking pictures since I expected to come back to photograph it. We ran into a group of students who were climbing up onto a roof over a stairway and sliding down the roof like a sliding board. It looked like fun so we tried it too.
After wandering around and through the Stata Center for a while we headed back to our cars and said goodnight.