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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... cave levels are the youngest and wettest. It is here that the cave continues to form. Currently there are 405 miles of explored passages, making this the largest cave system in the world. There is archaeological evidence dating back 5,000 – 4,500 years that American Indians explored the Cave; the first known commercial tours of the Cave began in 1816.
The tour started with a ten minute ride in a green school bus to a sinkhole containing the ...
... and feel this
part of the cave system too.
From there we drove to Bowling Green
where the Chevrolet Factory tour was. It was decided that since Kait
and Hannah weren't interested, the boys could go and enjoy it on
their own. No cameras, cellphones etc.... are allowed so no proper
photo to document this. But the boys really enjoyed it and the girls
caught up on some R and R.
The stop tonight was North Nashville
KOA, all ...
... a car usb charger to save my dying phone gps. Can I just take a moment to praise the Lord and Allah and the universe for Google? WHAT a free service. What an amazing map system. What an awesome phone I have. Just... EVERYTHING. Praise be to Google. There was a lot of construction (what we usually, more descriptively, call "roadworks") all the way, and endless trucks. Big frickin trucks. I didn't understand why they bipped the horn at me every so often. ...
Hit the BP station in Metropolis, IL randomly and the boys were excited to find out that it's Superman's hometown. Even the gas station had these sweet cutouts to pose with. They want to collect stickers from all of the states as we travel so we were able to get a fun one. As we travel further south the people seem to get more polite. Less fashionable perhaps but definitely kinder and more considerate. Made it to Kentucky!!! ...
... to none at this point. Procrastination is not something in which I usually partake, but I suppose realizing I am leaving is what has kept me from doing too much in preparation for the journey.
I will not comment too much on my last day at WCHS, as it was hard enough leaving, but I will simply look forward to Germany and know teaching and learning never ends.