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... that surely will become a new industry. A vision that definitely struck a cord with me. If America is indeed going to remain a super power, and I do feel that they are on a precipice, they are going to have to find these new industries. Taking the Republicans approach will only be flogging old ways, ultimately leading in a steady decline even if there are some upswing ripples. Knowledge worker and information technology is going to need to ...
... so sorry no footage (there is some on YouTube if you want to check it out, so there must be people who are braver than me)! The girls had an absolute blast, they went from being so gobsmacked that they literally sat there with their mouths wide open to jumping up and down and yelling and doing peace signs. It was an amazing night and we were all on a real high after it finished (although gutted that it was over)!
After the show we wandered around "Venice" ...
... in the streets playing his guitar - I wouldn't sign up for X-factor if I was him. After the meal we said bye to those who had to be up early the next day and then headed down to Newport and to the Motel 6 as everyone was going out. As I was the only person underage I had to have a party for one in my room woop woop - I am currently writing this atm and can't wait for everyone to come back and wake me up lol. We were meant to be sharing a room between a few of us but now it ...
... Toad, Pirates, Haunted Mansion, Finding Nemo, Splash Mountain, Matterhorn, Winnie The Pooh, Pirates again, the Steamboat and the Jungle Cruise. We caught the parade as it passed through Main St and saw the fireworks over the Cinderella Castle. Lunch was at the French Market in New Orleans and dinner... well dinner deserves a whole chapter to itself...
So one of my favorite memories from my first time at Disneyland was eating at the BBQ in Frontierland, and it had ...
In our travels we quite frequently come across one of the 146 National Cemeteries. The National Cemeteries are generally military cemeteries containing the graves of U.S. Military personnel, veterans and their spouses. When we come across one of these cemeteries we make of a point of stopping by to pay our respects to those who gave service to this country that we are so grateful to call home!
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking