Hampton Inn Lancaster
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- Continental Breakfast
- Hot tub
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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... and heard of this and always thought that it would be an interesting thing to see, but actually seeing a small glimpse from the road, it does not take long to realize the magnitude of the problem and it must be so hard for people who are from Detroit to see their city like this. On a good note, it would be a great city to film a post-apocalyptic movie. On the way through Ohio, there were road works and detours - and we took a route ...
... food for these sea creatures!), the tanks housing special creatures, the huge water containers where all the water is filtred and salted and tested to keep it all to the correct level of nitrates and salinity. All very technical and Bryan found this really interesting as he sees many of the species housed here when he is out diving.
We were then taken above a huge tank of water onto little gangways where we could look down onto the fish and sharks swimming in it. It ...
... going to have to raise our budget a bit we think.
We had a wonderful evening on Thursday with some of John & Maryline's friends; Judy & Don. Bryan had met Don previously as he was the man whom had had to drop out of the Channel Swim Relay. Then we were joined another friend of theirs - Ian. John pointed out something really interesting; he was the only American at the table! Judy & Don are Canadian, Ian is from New Zealand and Maryline was born in ...
Spending a couple of days to see my relatives on my mom's side.
Earl Wall (uncle)
Alice Wall (aunt)
Jimmy Wall (cousin)
Steven Wall (cousin)
Had a very nice lunch and dinner with them. Lots of fun telling old stories.
Thank you everyone for being with us in prayer and in spirit as we made our journey across the Atlantic Ocean. It was a splendid journey and wonderful to re-connect with some of our previous exchange students and their families!
I asked each family member for their faves from each place we visited so here we go:
Beth- My first passport stamp of the trip and I bought some beautiful tulip bulbs!