Americas Best Value Inn
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... while is was here. Bobbie also found a picture of a dahlia flower that she loved and also booked in the Robert. We are getting them done the day after the concert, the both of us and Robert are very keen for it. After that we headed back to the hotel and got ready for the concert. We caught a taxi there got our tickets and headed to Voltage bar which is next door to The Electric Factory, for per show drinks and something ...
... children everywhere wearing Phillies' hats and shirts. The stadium was so big, it took us ages to find our seats. We were sat really high up and could see the whole stadium with a great view. Baseball is pretty much like rounders, so I enjoyed watching it. It seems strange how popular it is in the USA, compared to the UK where the main sport is usually football. It went on for about 3 hours, but we had a really good afternoon at the game. This evening we went to ...
... up. It was another evening spent in the company of strangers and another realisation that we are social creatures (especially me) that need each other. I went to bed early and happy. It just took human interaction to change the whole landscape of the city in my eyes.
Note to self: Chill out and cheer up.
This morning is so very different to yesterday. The sun is out and people are Sunday morning mooching around drinking ...
The people we met along the way shaped our experiences as much as the sites we saw. When we think back on a particular country or town, vibrant and colorful faces come to mind. We thank you for making our year of travel unforgettable and for teaching us about ourselves and for sharing your lives: - The two Irish girls who we befriended on our first stop in Amsterdam, giving us confidence to board the next flight. - Lew's German family, ...
How do we sum up a year in the world?
We could do it by the numbers:
- 65,597 miles.
- 26 countries.
- 327 consecutive days outside of the United States.
We could do it by the moments that literally took our breath away:
- Looking down at Africa from the top of Mount Kilimanjaro.
- Feeling a mountain gorilla's grip on Lew’s leg.
- Hanging over the edge of Victoria Falls in Devils Pool.
- Flying through Class ...