Oak Ridge Hotel and Conference Center
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... service, as I normally preferred using Uber in LA.
The driver arrived and welcomed me with a smile, threw my what seemed 100kg suitcase in the boot of his car and said I was free to sit at the front if I wanted to, I didn't, but I did.
In the car my eyes were burning, the heart rate was irregular, and my body was wishing I hadn't partied so hard in WEHO as I did in the past 5 days. But the driver who seemed rather sweet, was chatty and somewhat ...
... Airlines and was lucky that it was on time again! Yay! It was a full flight to Minneapolis... Sat next to an Asian couple who barely spoke English but they were nice enough. Felt a bit like a squirrel as they gave us free peanuts to munch on... Squirrels on a plane!!! Ha!!! That would probably not end very well. A very short flight of about an hour in the air and we were in Minnesota! Woohoo! My hometown! My suitcase was one of the first to come off which was a great ...
... and historic places where the early settlers and city founders lived. We saw the homes that belonged to the logging families and the people who built the railroads that opened up this part of the nation. For her, it was nostalgic, even though she lives there today. But I could sense the passion that she has for the city. For us it was an eye opening experience.
Thank you Louise. We look forward to returning to Minneapolis someday.
... were THIS MEANS WAR together and then I watched IRON LADY while Dan dozed. Not much sleep was achieved but cat-naps go a long way to survival. During the last hour of the flight we were served a breakfast of banana, hot egg sandwich, and OJ. Plenty of nourishment to keep us alive (of course we didn't burn many calories on that one trip to the lav).
... the beginning of my story -- Once I got home from Eddy's wedding I was pleasantly welcomed with a quite large envelope package from the Peace Corps. Inside the package was a congratulatory letter, information on my assignment, the Peace Corps Volunteer handbook, A Few Minor Adjustments handbook (a book on culture, the Peace Corps, training, and coming home), a handbook for Families of Volunteers, a flyer saying I need to get the Yellow ...