Howard Johnson Express Inn De Kalb
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... south east coast (south of barcelona). I am taking Advanced Spanish I, Advanced Spanish II, Culture and Civilization, Spanish Cuisine, and Spanish Dance. Yes, all of my classes are in Spanish and as of now I am not nervous. I plan on traveling a lot over the weekends and I am looking forward to meeting up with Jess (my college roommate) and seeing my host family from 2011 in Adra. I will be ...
... so we headed towards Geneva. While at the intersection of Routes 38 and 25, (and not on the bike trail that goes under 38 and that has been under construction all summer) someone in a car honked. It was our niece Kelly. ("Thanks for the THUMBS UP, Kel!) At the same time two other bikers (we prefer this term to cyclists!) were waving us away from the intersection pointing out that the trail opened the day before. Turned out we ...
... and am going to. My word, its a long way! Lake Michigan was several inches lower than the river so the cruise confined itself to the river, the Chicago, I think. Although very cold it was crystal clear and I had a great time photographing every building I could lay my eyes on. Chicago is a visual feast on a fine day. If you happen to be passing like I was, it's well worth popping in for a look around. Be wary of parking charges though, $25 for four plus hours ...
... overseas in under
two months. Peace Corps volunteers weren't always able to like your
status from an African web cafe. While this is a result of local
policy instead of technology, I'm about to get a taste of what
traveling used to be all about: Tripping and falling into new world
with nothing that reminds you of home. Of all the homes to leave behind, you
can do worse then DeKalb. After everyone leaves for summer break,
DeKalb becomes a quiet little ...
... occur is going to legendary. NIU has been able to immerse me in this reality, and now is giving me the chance to see it with my own eyes.
This blog is being written with three goals in mind from start to finish.
-Promote the many opportunities in language and study abroad at NIU
.-Educate future travelers with information about Beijing, Chinese culture, and practical advice.
-Record my own experiences ...