Hyatt Place Germantown
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... all the other odds and ends that have to be done just before heading out.
Barney, our Cairn Terrier, knows that something is up when all the suitcases come out and we spend our day packing. Lana gave him a bath and took him to get his nails trimmed. Weirdly, he absolutely loves to go for a nail trim (their treats must be exceptional), but this evening he still seems rather morose as he suspects that we are getting ready to head ...
... untimely death at 26 in a plane crash.
But probably the most memorable experience in Memphis was the National Civil Rights museum which has been built around the Lorraine Hotel where Martin Luther King Jr was shot in 1968. I have never been so engrossed and moved by a museum and that is a big call as I have been to many, many museums. It tells the story, so powerfully, of African Americans, and their struggle for rights since the earliest days of America. It does ...
... are not the way to go, although that was sometimes an insurmountable task.
Some of the best experiences include visiting with the exuberant primary school children at a small village in the Ranthambore area, strolling through the many camp sites at the Nagaur Cattle Fair and talking with the people who had brought their livestock from miles around for trade, and Bob’s fifteen minutes of fame as a judge of the camel and horse dancing contests. We recall vividly the ...
... respond to this post and let us know, as we’ve not been able to put it out of our minds.
This will be another trip with Overseas Adventure Travel and with our long-time travel companions, Ross and Jane, from Connecticut. The four of us will join ten other travelers and our Indian guide, all of whom we’ve yet to meet, in Delhi after some long plane flights. Our boys, Barney and Louie, along with our home will be ...
... as part of our human culture. This wonder of our existence and the desire to find understanding, meaning, and purpose is to us the common denominator for all religions, philosophies, and even the driving force for science.
In our first posting for this trip, we shared the following lyrics from one of our favorite hymns:
My country’s skies are bluer than the ocean,