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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... Bailey-dog was very happy to see me when I picked her up on Tuesday night.
I took a few photos of my souvenirs. I don't buy a ton for myself, because I'm trying to de-clutter and feel like pictures are the best souvenirs. But I do like items for the kitchen and something I can wear, because those things I can use forever.
Now I ...
... and out of that airport.
I enjoyed my short time in Istanbul and definitely need a good 3-4 days there. I hope you enjoy the photos. But I was happy I got to see what I did, and it did break up my flights home.
I will write a final post this weekend on trip thoughts. Until then, it's back to work, back to regular life and back to not eating bread with every meal, which is ok.
Thanks, as always, for reading.
- Jamie ...
Diane here. I'm putting the final touches on our final email to the team. I'll be reminding them to pack their passports, pack their Live Generously t-shirts, bug spray, suntan lotion and water bottles to name a few things.
We started planning this experience 19 months ago!!! It's been fun meeting the team and picking up a co-leader, Gayle Hale, as the team continued to grow ...
... and Estonians, like their Finnish neighbors, are big on their saunas (SOW-nahs). Apparently in Estonia it's common to get "whisked" by a friend with birch twigs to improve circulation. They call this "whisking." We'll see. Not sure I want a strange Estonian male to just whisk away at me.
Tallinn's Old Town: This area of Tallinn is supposed to be magnificent, and one of the best preserved Old Towns in Europe.
... to fit in everything that you think you can when leaving Madison - there are just too many great restaurants, bars, and places to visit. So we did what we could and made our last few days count.
The best word to describe leaving Madison is bittersweet, and maybe a little heartbreaking. We developed some incredible friendships and memories over the past decade there. Those friendships ...