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... maximum summer season. Also, popular places can be so above-packed throughout the summertime that it takes the satisfaction from it. If you traveling in the off of-optimum weeks you save money airfare and lodging and you will steer clear of the crowds. Deal tours are ways to get the most from a small travel finances. Examine the prospects offered at a particular vacation spot. It might be possible to do a lot more, see more and possess more pleasurable, ...
... two books, watched three films, done one self-portrait, taken two pictures of my hotel and hostel bed, talked to one German, one American, one Finnish and lastly I have used up five toilet rolls (for the nose...) since acquiring this bigger and better American virus! Hopefully, I will be moving on nearer the end of the week to Washington... Thank you for all your get well emails - much appreciated x x ...
... only to experience a repeat of the previous day. I drove for a few hours through Tennessee and then was forced off the road by another sudden violent storm. This storm was significantly worse than the one the day before, and I felt defeated as I pulled into a Ramada Inn, and even more defeated when I fled the Ramada Inn, driven away by a steep price for what was sure to be a sub-par hotel room with bad movies playing on cable TV and a noisy, buzzing refrigerator. I then ...
... teacher, realizing that her sub had arrived, braced herself and braved the chaotic, sticky battlefield from the far side of the room with a tote bag tossed over her shoulder, a hastily gathered set of file folders tucked underneath her right arm and a shiny new set of car keys that she clutched with a death grip so tight her knuckles were white. Beep Beep! I may have actually heard her car outside as it unlocked before she even made it over to me. She smiled ...
... we had thrown everything in there willy nilly is only one example of this experience that binds us together as a unit with a shared story. Life with kids is partly about soccer games, and Hebrew lessons, and play practice and birthday parties. But our story as a family - and everyones story as a family - is about our shared experiences. At the end of the day, what will we remember? What will we laugh about, and what will bring tears to our eyes?