Towson University Marriott Conference Hotel
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... period of time. I’ve planned this trip out very
vaguely, giving myself plenty of options to cut it short or keep extending it
if no compelling need to head back to Joizee arises. The first stops are the
Washington DC area and Virginia, but I might well go much farther south.
Sometimes bad news is also good news. The day before I was
set to leave on my road trip my Jeep wouldn’t ...
... at the end of the trip if I complete all of the modules and what not I get an award type thing/ certificate saying that I'm a global scholar. I figured hey, why not. Just two more days of four more finals, a little bit of stressful packing and worrying about my visa and I'll be off. It'll all be worth it. ----- There is one thing that is so fun though. In the midst of all of these worries I do have to say I ...
... with the "real world" may be lost. But I want to get lost in my adventures. So I will use this to remember it all, and to make all of you jealous of course! ;) This particular entry I would like to use to post my inspirational pictures for the next few months that lie ahead of me. Also, websites I have come across on my go to website, Pinterest, that will help me ...
Its really sorta hard to believe that we are actually, finally, completely, and unchangingly done. Its over. The trip is over. We went through 19 countries, including the United states, but its over now. And were all so happy. The trip was amazing, but wee glad to be home. The day we got back, the 18, we got out of the car and saw Nana and Poppy and Pa. Sandy ran out and started jumping around like a madman ( er,dog ). Then we saw the McLaughlins, Fields, Perkinsons, Hullingers, and ...
... did a double look around the room and said our goodbyes to the historic metropolis.
We took our bags and lugged them over to Victoria station. The Victoria tube stop was crowded but we made it on the train with no problem and made our way to the Hammersmith stop for a platform change that was very easy. We stopped for a bite at a restaurant in the airport (English breakfast for Scott and Eggs Benedict for Chelsea).
We took ...