BEST WESTERN PLUS Keavil House Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... Mooresville again! And I will be glad to see my Church family in hopefully just a few days. Missing three Sabbaths in Charlotte means that I won't have seen many of you for a month!
Along with all these thoughts is a feeling of deep thankfulness for having been able to make this trip; also for everything having gone so well. For this, of course, the thanks and glory go first to God, but I am also thankful to my family members for their ...
We had a very lazy morning this morning feeling sleepy after our late night the night before. We can't cope with a bedtime after 10 these days. Ken and Rosemary were happy for us to stay as long as we wanted on this day rather than the normal check-out of 12. We went for a lovely walk around the surrounding farmland. It was magical at this time of year, and we had stunning weather on this ...
... a cute little Italian restaurant in Edinburgh. Here we received very large portions and students were excited at the chance to dine on pizza and pasta. My meal included half pizza and half pasta – delicious! Since we were really pressed for time, we rushed out of the restaurant to make it to the Witchery Tour that Will had added for us. For many students, the witchery tour was the highlight of the day, while I think that some others were a bit unimpressed with ...
... wrong side of the tracks on Sesame Street" which sums it up nicely. We also attended a drama called Shakesperience that explored the depths and delights of the works of William Shakespeare. This production was performed by an American high school group and nephew Jacob's friend had a role. Fun to see someone from "home" here at the festival! We took in one other performance this month called Ginger Nation, a laugh-til-you-cry ...
... 8211; the oldest specimens with “inclusions” (something in them) were 99 million years old. Most of the amber is found in the Baltic. Great exhibit. Finally had to leave, though I could still spend a week more there and not see it all. On the way home tried black pudding or blood pudding. It’s actually grilled or fried and put on ...