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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... at a summer camp - for senior citizens - how cool is that? In their 80s and off to summer camp. Apparently there's lots of flirting. Daniel has come to see her - don't know much about him except he likes to eat and the Hard Rock Cafe.
After filling out 'promise not to sue if I stub my toe' forms we're off. First stop - Delaware Water Gap on the Appalachian Traill. A brief stretch-the-legs and ...
Arol deffro, ar y lon oedd hi i fyny i Niagra Falls. (Riw 3awr o dreif) Nathoni stopio mewn tref bach or enw Bradford, Pensylvannia, am frecwast. Rili poeth eto heddiw, ond ddim yn humid poeth wan gan ein bod ni allan or dinasoedd. Oedd y trip 'maid of the mist yn dda' falch oedda nhw yn rhoi ponchos iddy ni! Arol riw 2awr o dreif, dani wedi cyrraedd tu allan i Cleveland. Sydd yn haner siwrna i Chicago. Wedi stopio yn 'Motel 6' ag ar y ffordd wan i gael stêcan fawr yn 'Texas ...
... have to say goodbye at the US border bridge. Sammy an I jump out and trek into the US to take on The Cave of The Winds. After taking finger prints the US issue us our visas and we make it to the Bridal Vail Falls just 15 minutes before they close. We're the last visitors on the stair case that runs next to and under the falls. We get soaked for the third time and then head back to ...
... the musicians struck up "Sunrise Sunset" which was just about the worst choice you could make for Mandy. She immediately turned into a blubbering wreck, muttered "Oh, Brendan!", and had tears streaming down her face as we walked down the aisle trying our best to look happy and composed. The mothers went forward to light the family candles while Mike and I waited, and we all then walked back to our seats. With us all seated, Mike finally left to get Rachel.
Eventually the ...
... we hopped in the cars and went off to the Christmas service at The Chapel, where the family worships. A large church, probably 2000 or so there, and you couldn't call either the church or the production modest. By Australian standards a fairly short service, and surprisingly we only go to sing one carol for the whole time, so it was far more of a performance and less participation than we are used to. It's actually Christmas Eve here, ...