Holiday Inn Hotel Dalton
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... were green and lush. We drove to Roscoe, IL and arrived late afternoon. I lived in Roscoe from 1965 - 1971 and again from 1973 - 1998. Amy and Sarah grew up in Roscoe. I still have very dear friends there and going back to Roscoe is like "going home". Friends Cyn and her husband Mike opened up their home and driveway to us, literally! Cyn and Mike had made signs that they had placed at the beginning of their long, black-topped driveway. I had stressed out ...
Today we got up early and watched St. Louis when we woke up while we packed. I really enjoyed the film but we missed the end so that we could get the matar to the grey hound bus station. Well it's a **** whole! We were there half an hour early to check in but none of the machines were working so the queue was really long. We would definitely have missed our bus in the wait. Lots of people were complaining and getting ignored. I pretended to ...
I asked an attendant at the airport in Amsterdam to be placed on an isle seat with my left arm on the outside. The lady ask if I would care to sit in First Class. She said there would be a lot of room, so I wouldn't get bumped. I asked her if she was serious, and she said yes. I flew from Amsterdam to Newark, NJ First Class!!!!! It was wonderful!!!! I couldn't believe it!!!! I still can't!!! I arrived ...
... discrimination of the Jews, look what happened. There is a Memorial Room that contains the names of those that lost their lives here. They are no longer a number without meaning; they are names, with birth dates and death dates. They are human! They are people! They are a lost generation. We went to the memorial where all of the people's names are listed that were shot, and they were 18 and over. I wrote a song and sang it at the memorial Service that we held for the ...
The right picture is a sign in the rail road station pointing to Platform 17. The Jews were not allowed to enter the train station; they entered the Platform as cattle would, up the cobblestone road. The stairs on the right climb to Platform 17 from inside the train station; it looks the same as all other Platform entrances, but this one leads to death.
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