Quality Inn Terrace Club
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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What's life without a little risk? Or, I guess in this case, a lot of risk! I leave for Egypt in three days where I will be joining ISIS never to return to the States ever again! KIDDING DAD!! Of all my trips, this is definitely one where I will need to take the most care, and I guarantee you that I will.
Currently, there is a lot of unrest within Egypt and a "high ...
... to eat at Wendy's rather than Taco Bell this go around. We were back home in just over 7 hours, much better than the 9 it took up there! The temperature difference when we got home was definitely a shocker, St. Louis wasn't any warmer than it normally is at the end of June but when you spend a week up north, even upper 80s is a shocker.
Sad to leave vacation behind, but happy to be home sweet home and happy to sleep in my own bed! Til next time Michigan, you've been ...
We started our long travel day at 5 am this morning. Our first flight is short, Grand Rapids to Minneapolis. Then, after a lay over, we fly from Minneapolis to Seattle. Finally, we'll fly 12 hours and 26 minutes from Seattle to Shanghai. Total flight/in the air time: 17 hours 31 minutes. Lay over time: 4 hours 48 minutes. Total travel time: 22 hours 19 ...
... toward the Dutch history in the town. It was so much fun and we learned that Reagan was quite the little adventurer. There was a ferris wheel and I asked Reagan if she wanted to ride it with me. She was kind of intimidated at first and the guy operating it even told me to just give him a thumbs down if she wanted to get off and he would bring us down right away. She cried the first loop, but after one go around, she kept ...
... the students smiling. I'm praying for bright futures for them. That they reach their dreams of college and career and can afford it. That they don't contract HIV or have a child before they are ready. That they put the things we taught them into practice every chance they get.
I go back to Kenya! Riding down the roads and watching the red dirt, trees and slums roll by. I smell the ...