Newport Beach Marriott Bayview
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... but as much as willing ears try to understand where we've been, the only people who truly relate are those who have already experienced it. I am thankful for those who let me go on and on about my experience and the chance to re-live key moments. I still stop and think to myself, "wow, we really went to India".
As I look back on the days and how they unfolded, I can see where God's presence was with us... all the time, everywhere. Things ...
... and very active jumping around. We watched them for a while then hit the beach to lap up the rays and top up the tan. The beach was so clean and quiet, not bad at all!
When it got to lunch time we went looking for the nearest subway, well we didn't have to look far as there was one conveniently located right across the road from us. After lunch we walked around the small selection of shops on Main Street and the Surfing Walk of Fame, I only ...
... place and watch. Not sure that it was so cool but we did get a slight breeze every now and then and the shade was great.
Mickey's and the gangs performance was amazing. The detail in the presentation was exceptional. The props and costumes were fantastic. The sound and the singing was beautiful, great sound, great voices very deep and clear - almost as good as the worship team at WBC!
The show was fun, lots of dancing and singing, ...
... speak to me does so in the language that I have heard constantly for 3 weeks, in restaurants, on the streets, and above all, on television.
Then we come home, and the first thing I see on television is CSI Las Vegas repeats. That is the only television show that was in English for 3 whole weeks. What? Is someone following me? Do the Nielson ratings think I still want to see those shows for the 20th time? Really? I ...
... back to the pool while Cheryl dried off.
The frustrating thing about any public pool where towels are provided is the laziness and greediness of the patrons. People come in and put towels on multiple chairs to “save” them, yet they never use all of the chairs. Then they leave and leave their towels behind, so you don’t know if someone is using the chair or not.
When Cheryl and the kids ...