Avalon Hotel & Conference Center
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... vent. This is also our first winter trip, never having experienced freezing temperatures. 15 degrees this morning! We awakened to frozen water hose but within an hour Larry had it thawed and we were on the road by 9:30 a.m. We are heading to Mammoth Cave National Park, the first of six National Parks that we plan to visit on this trip. Our reservation is at noon today to tour the Frozen Niagara ...
... Should be interesting. My college cafeteria had two or three choices for each meal and I thought that was big-time back then. (Ya know, compared to, "This is dinner. If you don't like it, go make yourself a peanut butter and jelly sandwich.") ...
This trip fell together over a few laminated-map-and-dry-erase-marker sessions on our living room floor. It literally fell together, with very little discussion, no argument and much shared excitement. Now that we're only a few days from go-time, and all the details are nailed down, Michael and I may very ...
... of the details of my trip.
I am sorry this last blog post is coming so late. Adjusting to live back in the states hasn't been too
hard. It has been snowing here in Michigan (finally) and has made for a beautiful holiday season! It was nice to be home in time for Christmas, and I have got to see many family friends and filled them in with my overall experience. I want to take the time to thank everyone who made a donation to my fundraiser! All of your ...
... state prison into apartments with studios for artists. When she visited Jackson, the city was having a storyteller convention. Upon her return home a neighbor expressed an interest in purchasing her townhouse, which was a miracle in the depressed real estate market. Judy paid attention to all these "signs" and moved to Jackson as one of the first thirteen to move into the renovated building. At the time the developers of the art center did not want any mention ...