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- High-speed internet in room
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- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
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The link below is to a youtube video of the event that we were honored to attend on the 70th anniversary of D-Day. It's pretty long so I encourage you to watch the first 5 minutes or so, and the last 5 minutes to get a feel for what it was like. What you'll miss in between are the speeches by Presidents Obama and Hollande.
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We have arrived in Anaheim to cold, wet, miserable weather :( I'm not too fused tonight as the concert is indoors, but hoping the weather for tomorrow's adventure is much brighter !!
Because I get to celebrate my birthday over 2 days (I'm calling it a 2 day worldwide birthday) I clearly have to make it special!! It just ...
... in my bathroom. I added a little Detol for disinfection of the every present mold. Then in the morning, I scrubbed with soap, and rinsed them all out in the bathroom. Then I would take them to the rooftop and hang them on the line, hoping they would be dry within a couple of days. As I returned from the rooftop, somehow a fresh, hot, cup of chai would find it's way into my hand. Sometimes Katja. Sometimes Anji. Sometime Shameera. Sometimes a Mystery Ghost.....from Mysterious ...
I have travelled a great deal because of my father's job with USAF and there was a slight gypsy in my soul too. The travelling lesson from my mother taught me was to ALWAYS learn from the locals and make friends with them too because they are the BEST resources of where you are living/visiting. My brother taught me not to be a wallflower (I was painfully shy for my first 12 years). My nephew taught me how he loved me "all the way to GOD.", niece how ...