Hampton Inn Jackson
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... maps, flashlight, compass, music player, alarm clock, photo album, and so much more. My poncho provides rain protection, serves as a ground cloth for picnics, and can be used as a shower curtain when there is none (which I understand does happen). A bungee cord, wrapped around the poncho waist keeps it from flapping in the wind, or serves as a clothes line on laundry day. You get the idea...
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... wear one set, while washing the other set). I will be provided a roof over my head each night which could be an albergue roof, monastery roof, barn roof, a plush Parador Hotel roof (as in the movie, The Way), and if I don't walk fast enough,... a roof of stars. Thankfully, I don't have to carry food in my backpack. I will eat in a Spanish pub/restaurant along the way, have a meal served by nuns, buy and prepare a meal with fellow pilgrims, dine ...
... boarding pass. The next available, flight to the US (with DTW as my final destination)
didn't leave until Wednesday at noon.
Luckily, Brussel airlines takes good care of their customers. They paid for my stay in a nice hotel in
Brussels right by the the airport at Novotel Hotels. They also provided me with 3 free meals at the restaurant. The hotel was really nice and the meals were amazing. I took a much needed nap and
then my first hot shower in ...
... always listen to your wife!) We ended are night in Acworth, Georgia and chose a Holiday Inn Express for sleeping quarters. They usually have a good continental breakfast, so I'm pretty excited. Some good times during the trip: Jodi announcing to us that we were passing cows when they were actually horses. The last 2 hours of the trip Kaleb listened to his headphones while jamming to the soundtrack of Mamma Mia. Total trip time: 796 miles 10 1/2 ...
... built the prison. They made their own bricks, grew crops for food, raised animals for their own clothes, manufactured twine and whatever else needed to be self-sufficient. They did all of this without light, heat or conversation with each other.
I left amazed at what people can survive. I am pretty sure I would not have done well in the cells. There was nothing to read and no view of the sky to escape to. No wonder some of the people went nuts. I still ...