Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Clermont
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... I am an open vessel. My main purpose? Be a blessing. How can I do that? Make myself available to Him to be used how He sees fit. I am ready. Whatever He wants I want. Whatever He wants to do I want to do. Honestly I have no other purpose. It's been a while. It's been a long time coming. Here we go Lord send ...
... Everyone got some samples and Karen won a door prize of a package of tea. Very handy!
Right after the Tea Seminar, we went to a Pastry Seminar. This seminar started with a presentation of sparkling wine from Argentina and then the pastry chef’s presentation. The seminar was ok, but nothing special.
After touring the World Showcase some more, it was time for dinner. We had an ADR at Le Cellier Steakhouse in Canada. We were ...
... smaller lens opening so it isn't as good in tricky lighting but the zoom range makes it much more versatile than the 16mm. It also does not distort images as much as the 16mm fisheye. Notice that the maximum lens opening varies between f/3.5 and f/4.5. That means that at 18mm it opens wider than it does at 35mm. A fixed f/2.8 would be better but costs four times as much.
Nikon 50mm f/1.4 Lens - This is considered a "standard" lens and ...
... surfer that loved Man Utd who I need to probably message and take the **** out of! In Salt Lake I hired my own car and picked up the oddball 'vagabond' compulsive liar idiot Adam for 6 days of patience testing but incredible scenery. Stayed in Moab with an Iranian host and an English couple into climbing who took me up and made me **** myself, whilst also visiting Arches, Bryce and Canyonlands National Parks which were all amazing! Got rid of Adam (yay!) and managed not to crash the ...
... campground, an old rusted out van with (at this point we figured) a person in it. No windows, no lights on, no wave. We just drove past and found our own little spot. We set up camp, built a nice big fire of wood we bought from some random guy on the side of a rode in nowhere New Mexico. As we walked toward the little self pay station, we had to pass this van. As we passed, the high beams bolted on, shining at our backs. We both turn to ...