Holiday Inn Express Watertown
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... The Rules had plenty of bad hotel rooms and aching muscles and boys on computers too much and snapping at each other over where to eat or what to pack. The beautiful thing about myth is that those things fall away. What we will remember over time is that we ventured west, we overcame obstacles, we saw amazing sites, and we accomplished this goal together as a family. We are ready for our next adventure - how about ...
... this trip was really happening. Plans-schmans! Life is what happens when you are busy making other plans, right? Something tells me we are in for more plans-schmans moments - so my autocorrect had better just get on board. We are westward ho, LIKE A BOSS!!!
PS Mike's edit: "It really helped that Jon from Enterprise sounded just like Jon Orum." I completely ...
... on my camera as it came in 3rd. These were heats and the winners went into a final. I was happy then found out that I had bought the duck. It was mine. I now have a duck called Waldo Junior proudly sitting on the bed above the driver's cabin, keeping an eye on us as we eat and sleep. It was $10 for the duck and race and $8 if you had your own duck from previous years.
We then watched some of the baseball game and then went back to camp ...
... that night at the gate and she was thrilled when several of us girls recognized her and remembered her name! :)
We got to our gate 2 hours before take off and found our flight was delayed 1 1/2 hours beyond that. We were not to disturbed as we knew that our flight in Turkey was unlikely to leave without 31 paying passengers, so we settled down filling up 4-5 rows of seats and took turns walking around the terminal or ...
... a tunnel."
"So what did you do?"
"I jumped up on the big black belt and ran after the suitcase. Inside the tunnel it was pitch black and it suddenly sloped down. I fell down, it was like going on a slippery slide at the park."
"When I go to the bottom I looked up and all I could see was hundreds and thousands of suitcases. I thought I had lost the Daddy's suitcase but then I spotted it moving along a belt to my left. I ran after it as fast as ...