Quality Inn University
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Barney drove on the show. It certainly delighted the many people who were walking the streets and you could hear the oohs and ahhs as it went by.
Cheryl found a little shop that was a gluten free bakery and ice cream parlor. She and Ed went in to check it out and Cheryl came out holding an ice cream cone and Ed a bowl of ice cream. It didn’t hit me at first that she had a cone, but it turns out that it, too, was gluten free. I think that ...
So now its basically official that I'm heading to Germany. I'll be leaving on September 1st to begin a new chapter in my life. I'm super excited to start this journey (and of course nervous) and can't wait to face new challenges, have new experiences, and meet new people.
But, I really shouldn't forget the one place I went that got me hooked on wanting to travel. In a couple of weeks (June 22nd to be exact) it'll be one year since I've been back in the states. When I ...
... that Ed was once a 170 pound weakling who, while in college at Clemson, was bored and decided that he would hang out in the gym. When he went home one Christmas weighing an extra 60 pounds (of muscle) his mother was not pleased and tried to convince him that his new hobby was bad for him. I don’t think he listened to that, though.
We also watched the Belmont Stakes horse race, which was the third leg of the Triple Crown. The favored horse, American ...
... should be safe to eat. I ordered a filet mignon, medium rare, of course with a baked potato and salad. Ed ordered shrimp and grits while Susie had a flatbread pizza. Everyone seemed to like what they ordered. It was obviously a very popular place because it was packed. And it wasn’t a small place, either.
We talked about some things that I promised Susie I wouldn’t put in the blog, even though Ed warned her that she should watch what ...
... middle school 30 minutes away. She did a fellowship that paid for her master's in education degree, and in return she is teaching in an underserved area for 3 years, which she would have done anyway! It's like the scholarship I'm applying to, except for teachers! She says she loves it! They showed a lot of interest in my experiences, and shared their community activities, especially what it's like putting together the summer festival. ...