- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Room service
- Business Services
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... cookies. Many do not have an oven.We stayed around and talked until the end. Zunev asked to be anointed, so Scott anointed her before she left. Zunev was very sad. She was returning to Venezuela tomorrow, and she would not see any other brethren until Tabernacles if she is able to make the trip.
We walked back to our hotel. It had been an afternoon filled with a lot of joy, smiles, and fellowship, but we were tired from all the "work" that goes into a church ...
... taxi--which for them is quite a distance. We were the last to leave, and we walked the five blocks back to our hotel.
When we checked into the hotel at our arrival a few days ago, we were given a coupon for a welcome drink "on the house." We have either been too tired or too busy to take the opportunity to enjoy a drink. We had a frozen limonada--lime frappe (non-alcoholic)--and then we retired to our room.
We woke up to another beautiful day here in Cúcuta! It is sunny, warm, not humid and very windy. The wind keeps it at a pleasant temperature outside. We ate a leisurely breakfast as services were not until the afternoon. We took the time to do some reading and correspondence in the morning.
We were not really hungry for lunch at noon, but we had to eat then in order to be done before we had to leave for church. I had the Grilled Trout. As always, it is ...
... found our gate and relaxed until our flight.
This trip we were traveling to Cúcuta, and in order to avoid an overnight flight or an overnight stay in Bogotá, we had to fly first to Houston, then to Panama City, Panama, and then on to Cúcuta, Colombia. We could have taken a flight that had about a 2 hour layover in Houston, but we opted to take the flight that had a four hour lay over. We had to change terminals and eat lunch in Houston as ...
... left and headed to their home.
Well, the rain was heavy, and the streets were completely flooded. In fact, they were overflowing the curb and the four lane street with a median in middle was one big river. We saw several cars that were not running along the street as they had gotten water in the engine. They do not have sewer drainage systems in the streets like we have in the United States, so all the water has to flow down ...