Quality Inn Sawgrass Conference Center
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... porridge never tasted that good.
This time, I bought some sleeping pills for the flight to Delhi, but the aircraft was so beautiful and the flight attendants so polite so I rather decided to stay up, have a whiskey and watch some more movies.
At 3 in the morning on March 15, after almost 3 days of travelling, we finally arrived in Delhi. Absolutely wrecked. But happy! And from there, our India adventure started at high speed. Check out the next ...
... Due to our low funds we decided to play quite conservatively. We decided that Son would use her good looks and be the actual player, and I would use my card counting abilities and just tell her what to do.
Five minutes in an we had doubled our money, we were on fire. I was dancing around like a mad man and Son was like steel, cool as ever. We considered cashing out but as Darona once said in an audit room, 'You gotta risk it to get the biscuit'. A saying seldom enjoyed ...
... because I was busy leaving missed calls on Karina's mobile. I toss their bags in the trunk and we zip back to the hotel where Beautiful should be showered and ready for breakfast. She is and we sit down for a few cups of coffee and a bite to eat while watching the gaggle of tennis players prepare for their day. Poor Katrina does not fly well and appears near to death, after breakfast fails to ameliorate the situation I arranged for an extended checkout and ...
... is in the state of New Jersey, so a by the time the shuttle arrived, it was peak our traffic, so it was two and a half hours to get to our hotel. Our driver weaved in and out of traffic, sat on the horn and squeezed through non-existent gaps. It was certainly an eye opening culture shock having come from the calm and quiet of Cayman!
Our hotel is lovely. We are on the 16th floor with a great view ...
Once upon a time there was a girl named Kathie who was a "cradle Episcopalian" (born into the denomination, for those who don't know that term!). She grew up at St. Lukes, downtown Rochester. After college she met Jeff, who was a lapsed Presbyterian. She asked him to go to church with her one day and the rest is history. Jeff fell in love with the Episcopal tradition and was received into the church at St. Lukes in 1975. ...