Knights Inn Augusta
Travel Blogs from Augusta
For the record, this is everything I packed for the trip. And the final verdict, for those of you who listened to my painstaking arguments for and against it - No tent!
It doesn't seem like very much to begin with, but I have a feeling that not much of this will make it to the end of the trip. I'm interested to see what more I can divest myself of and how "sturdily and Spartan-like"** I can live and still be reasonably comfortable.
Everything I packed for ...
... would not return until later in the day. This gave us plenty of time to check out all the changes in Aiken since our last visit. Guess what - not much has changed in this place apart from the introduction of a Mexican\sushi restaurant. (But perhaps this was here last time but we just didn't know about it) At least the weather was a lot cooler than our last visit. ...
... also called onion beef, I searched and found SelectWisely.com. They provided a solution, but I may never eat again with their list of restrictions they included. It's just cipolle, κρεμμύ 48;ι, and soğan that I need to avoid. All those other restrictions will just scare the chefs into serving me bread and water. It's nothing a Sharpie can't fix, or...I'll just skip it and go straight to the desserts.
... in Atlanta
Sep 22: Home
I'll try to update often when I find wifi on land, and Mom, you can always check on us in live time here:
http://www.seascanner.com/schiffspositi on.php?schiff=Norwegian Spirit
I'll even wave at the camera when we pass by in port. :-)
To all of our friends and family, we wish you were here! I'll have to photoshop you in!
... on the purpose of art. He said that if it moves you, causes you to see things differently, or generates a new perspective, it has done its job. If that is indeed that case, then the most impressive art work is the graffiti, not simply gang signs, but meaningful postings about the nature of the world and the function of society. For example, lines of poetry written on blanks spaces of advertisements, sidewalks stenciled with political statements, and ...