Hotel Globe Town
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Once 2:00 rolled around and we were able to head to the hotel (which was conveniently across the street from the mall and the train station) we found out that we had been booked into a "smoking room" instead of non-smoking (strike 500 for Travel Masters!) so they had to downgrade us to a twin bed room in their "Annex" hotel, which included gorgeously stained puke-green carpets, paper thin walls and the lingering scent of mould. Needless to ...
... tolerated the ringing better. Not sure if due to uch lower humidity or not. Dizziness and imbalance still big problem. Marc finished another book. 3 this summer. I am in shock. He is nearly half way through another.This guest apt building has left over book section and you can pick out books to read. Great idea. I think all hotels should do it. I left them several books too. So Marc found a book (3 ...
This morning after coffee we went to get some groceries for the days Marc is away. Marc finished his packing and I started on the laundry from our last trip. Marc made a delicious lunch made from Japanese barbeque mixed with Italian food on pasta. So good. When he left it was so quiet and I worked on computer and after a long time figured out how to raise volume on it. Yeah!!!! Music and seeing clips on net. I do not miss tv other Mad ...
... me "I feel like you are a gift from God".
In my last post, I wondered as to the grand reasons of why I was compelled to come here at this time in history. well, maybe that night we spent talking was it!?
**If anyone is interested, there are many people suffering in situations worse than us, I hear donating to the Red Cross is a pretty safe organization to go with if you're so inclined!**
I hurried down the hall of the Buddhist temple, shuffling after Shichi in my size-too-small slippers. A monk ushered us inside the main hall, and directed us to the front of the room where a small group were kneeling in quiet meditation. I knelt next to Shichi on the thin scarlet cloth, and took in the grand sight in front of me. Poised in serene contemplation a middle-aged monk sat in a pool of soft light. Behind him I noticed a statue ...