Parkway Inn & Suites Midtown
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- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Microwave in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... will be useful if we need emergency charging of our phones.
And I finally found a hat at REI. It is packable so that is good and will offer some good sun protection in those hot SE Asian countries!
I've started laying things out to put in my suitcase and I'm getting a little concerned about that 20 inch suitcase!!! Craziness!!! Who on earth can live out of a 20 inch suitcase ...
... to travel on the weekend. I plan to visit places such as Rome, Malta, and the many cities in Sicily. As I sit in the Atlanta airport waiting for my flight I can't help but feel many different emotions rushing through my head. I feel so incredibly grateful for this amazing opportunity that combines my two loves: kids and travel. I feel nervous about living in a new country and meeting all ...
... instead. By that time, at age 22, I had already traveled across 6 (!) continents. Backpacking seemed indulgent, and I wanted a more meaningful experience. At the ashram, I learned to meditate and chant. I met so many older people exuding positive energy. I ate vegan and breathed crisp mountain air. Yes, those were the two weeks that I really gifted to myself. After that, I got really wrapped up in intense work life, premed school ...
... were filming the angry pointing man). Hurricane in Cancun had delayed the flight but we were going to get free food and blankets. Fine by me! We boarded the plane, I waved goodbye to my friends - the grumpy Brit who had begun to roll his eyes every time the extremely talkative American (more talkative than me. That's a thing) started talking. The flight was turbulent which to me, was added fun. Less so for the people sat beside me who would gasp each time the plane dropped. A flight ...
... a while back, Portugal continues its practice of colonialism via its founding of the PCLP, The Community of Portuguese Speaking Countries. The organization was founded in 1996 and consists of the countries: Portugal, Brazil, Angola, Cape Verde, Guinea-Bissau, and Sao Tome and Principe.
Overall, Portugal shares fairly amiable relations with majority of the countries it interacts ...