Holiday Inn Express - Pleasant Prairie
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... to have graduated college, say "I do", and now taking the trip of a lifetime - and we want to thank everyone who supported us along the way. The goal of our travel blog is to keep loved ones informed while encouraging others to take adventures of their own (no matter how big or how small). We hope you enjoy!
Sa˙de! íSalud! Saluti! Prost! Au revoir!
Blake and ...
... us do just that, in near real time.
Travelling to Ireland for the first time is very exciting, as is seeing Amsterdam, Bruges, and Normandy. It will be a challenge learning to drive on the wrong side of the road, but I'm sure we'll be able to manage it. We'll also have the opportunity to see Flanders Fields (World War I battlefield in Belgium) and of course the beaches of D-Day. We'll be ending ...
... turned its head towards Duke and at about the same time Duke seemed to notice that he was surrounded by hundreds of such beasts. Barking stopped, he looked around, appeared to consider what he saw, realized he was outnumbered and then lay down and closed his eyes. Must have been like a bad dream! The other observation about this part of the country is the number of motorcycles that are on the road. Probably 20% of the highway traffic. Nearby is the city of Sturgis ...
One year ago this August, CEL asked Yonn Ede Lot (YEL-USA) to send someone from the States to live and teach conversational English in the rural, mountain community of La Montagne, Haiti. I eagerly accepted the offer to travel to and live in La Montagne with the objective of teaching English and working in partnership with local teachers to start an English Language Program.
Sitting in my Milwaukee apartment, craving that ...
Jelly beans always tasted like pure sugar without any good flavor to it. Until Jelly Belly's came along! Sure they are a bit more expensive but they are so worth it!! They taste exactly like the flavors they are named after.
Apparently, Ronald Reagan was such a fan (possibly because they helped kick his smoking habit) that he always had them at the Oval Office and in Air Force One. Although Reagan's favorite flavor ...