La Quinta Inn Springfield East
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... for me ~ learning as I go. We do know some of the cultural expectations, we know we can’t drink the water, we know to bring our own toilet paper, and we know a bit about the Mongolian/Chinese history and why The Great Wall was built. I don’t know much else about the places we are scheduled to visit ….and that’s okay for this trip.
* We are taking a river cruise on this trip. Yes, I said ...
... to let him know we were close. His response: "Good luck finding it." We got to the foot of his driveway and not sure if it was it we had to admit defeat. I called him and he let us know that we had it right and to drive down this long gravel driveway.
Tucked away in a peaceful wooded area is their charming home. They have been there for 15 years and completely remodeled ...
... and I honestly get frustrated at my own abilities to endure such obstacles. That is usually the moment when I have reluctantly learned to hope for help and then simply ask for it. Somehow... somehow... it always seems to present itself in one form or another. For that, I am truly grateful because as hard as I try, I could not do this alone.
Ten days to Texas. Ten days closer to Home...
... Clearly a dog lover, Matt had 5 dogs, 2 retired police dogs (they retire at 8 years old). He said drug crime was on the up and was kept "real busy". He wished us on our way, and we told him to keep safe.
It got to that point where we were hungry. so we stopped at McDonalds, (for quickness, and the first on of our trip). The portions are HUGE, even the straws are wider.
As we set off, we kept and eye on the ...
... when it was built in the 60's the Americans were less, erm...... Chubby! It was a tad cosy! We shared our capsule with a lovely lady called Joyce. She was on a coach tour across Route 66 and was from Boston (Massachusetts). Joyce and I did NOT enjoy the journey up. Mark found it fascinating and kept looking down at the mechanics whilst Joyce and I covered our eyes!! We eventually got to the top after what felt a very long 4 minutes and exited ...