Premier Inn And Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... to Canada and long awaited hugs for those sweet grand babies .
Have been in the States for 7 weeks and enjoyed our travels over 16 states and 2 provinces doing our best to appreciate the diverseness of the land and the people we have met. We are blessed with good health to be able to pack up and leave home to continue with travels that we love to plan. So fun to see new places ...
... to gain all that I could while I was there. I also learned a song, that was fun. So the last days the other team that was there, the Danish team, did some productions. We would go down into the squatters village and do a lot of different dramas, have a testimony and a little bit of a sermon. It was cool to be a part of, and to see all the different people that came out.
My last night there I stayed up until 2:30 with all of the New Hope people, I had to leave at five ...
... plans, but I still want to be willing to change them if other opportunities come up. I believe that will be a whole lot easier said than done, but I guess I just have to wait and see what happens. I like to plan, but sometimes I really do not like my plans to change. I will have to learn flexibility.
My biggest fear at this point is Bangkok. It is a city with a population of 6.6 million, and I do not know the language. I will be landing in Bangkok at 11:50 ...
... a Lancaster Bomber which we were able to enter and view from the inside. This was great. We exited via the main desk and bought some small items and left a donation. Outside, the memorial to the Canadian’s lost serving their country was very moving. Each large stone had over 1000 names on each side. When you consider that there was only a 50% chance that an airman would complete a full tour of missions you begin to understand the enormity of the losses. I hope Ted appreciated ...
... going up those steep roads. We noticed that gas started getting low (half tank) and we attempted to look for gas stations. As we were off the main highway headed to Glacier National, there were only smalls towns of 50 people around and no gas stations to be seen. We drove until we found a small town called Ovando only to discover that the only gas station was closed since 5 pm, 45 mins before we got there. We asked some locals where the nearest gas station ...