Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Bethlehem
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... thru dozens of small towns.
SATURDAY May 30 (real Memorial Day) - Hung around motorhome, washed and went to Nathan's graduation and birthday party. My cousin Janet had 7 children and of those 5 were there and some of their children...with that many kids when you go to a gathering there are always a lot of people. The weather was warm and the food was delicious and the company was fun as usual. ...
... Indian. Hil and Charlie had never had Indian food before, but they were open to trying something new and I love introducing people to new experiences. The food was amazing, but I think the Tandoori Salmon, Chicken Saag, and Garlic Naan were the biggest hits of the night. I wish I had remembered to take a photo to document it!
... only open on weekends until summer too. Luckily I was able to explore the grounds of the Colonial Industrial Quarter which was right next to the hotel.
On Friday Matt worked from the hotel. As there wasn't much left to explore and because it was raining, I stayed in bed all day reading and ordering room service. Not a bad day J I managed to drag myself to the hotel gym before Matt and I headed out for dinner and a movie.
On Saturday morning we had breakfast ...
Improbable geological formations
Disneyland and other places that sell cotton candy.
Today, I set out to visit places that fall into the first three categories. You may not realize that each of these can be seen within a fifteen minute drive from My Front Yard. (Unlike some of you, I don't need a trek to the Ends ...
Written by: Erica
I will not be writing new blogs until October when Rick and I move to Washington D.C. where Rick begins training for the foreign service, in a 5 week long course/class called A100. Until our move to DC we simply do not have much to blog about. We cannot even blog about all the packing and preparing to move to D.C. because even that won't be a big event. ...