Quality Inn & Suites Kimberly
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... dragged myself up and out of the house. Brenda's night one was not so blissful. She was up cleaning out her suitcase from 2-5:30am, before going back to bed until noon. Yikes!! Night two we flipped our stories. Brenda had a lovely full night of sleep. I however found myself with the lag part of jet lag suddenly kicking in. I shut the light off and was out cold around 11ish. Around 1:00am I woke ...
... P Unfortunately we both woke up at some point to be greeted by the loud talkers behind us. Yeah, you guys may just be starting your days but some of us have been up like 20 hours already so can you keep it down back there...UGH! They finally zipped it and let us catch a few more zzzz. We were greeted in Chicago by rainy, drizzly yuck that was anything but welcoming. With only about a ...
... use, because I'll never get a great rate when exchanging them back.
The flight from Brussels to Istanbul was three hours and went quickly. I was a little concerned as my layover in Istanbul was only an hour and 10 minutes. Luckily, we arrived a little early and my connection gate wasn't too far. This time I was in the upper level of the Istanbul airport, and that was even busier than the lower level. It was crowded, hot and just not enjoyable. After checking in ...
... is all very exciting and strange. I feel like I have far too much to do in the next 9 days, but I'm sure it will all work itself out. And even if it doesn't, I'll be on my way to Australia by then so who cares :P
Alrighty, so here's a little recap of what we accomplished last weekend as well as a preview of what's in store for the trip.
Our biggest task was figuring out a tour for the Blue Mountains. There were lots ...
... head to Bend. We are moving in with our friend Jeff (Frey), who we stayed with while visiting. He made us an offer to stay with him that we could not refuse and we are extremely excited about the idea of living amongst so much gorgeous nature. We won’t know where to begin!
While visiting Madison, we felt like true visitors. It was a strange feeling because we still feel a sense of ownership as Madison ...