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So I'm 57 days away til liftoff on a day long journey that will take me to the other side of the world! Everything is falling into place (finally) and I'm freaking out (a lot!). I know nobody is reading this (ha!) but maybe eventually my friends and family will stumble onto ...
Hello! Today I arrive at Emirate Stadium! This is a football stadium in London. It is the home stadium of Arsenal F.C.
Emirates stadium built to 2003, and it is opened the 22 of July of 2006. The construction cost 390 million pounds.
The architects were populous, and the structural engineer were Buro Happold. The capacity is 60.361.
This is a big stadium, and is a cultural place. It's the newest stadium of the city.
... the complete experience! I'm sure I don't even know close to half of what I'm about to see and do there and I'm so excited for the experience. I'm nervous, anxious, happy, sad, excited and a whole bunch of other emotions. "What am I doing?" pops into my head at least 27 times a day. But most of all I'm excited for what the future holds. And hey, not many people can say they've lived on the other side of the world!
Til next time,
We are almost all packed and ready to go to Cuba on the 9th. But before that we have to head to Tottenham, Ontario for a wedding, and then a day in Toronto before we fly out.
We can't wait for our wedding and our adventure in Cuba!
Melissa and ...
... again. I this I will stop overnight at Durango enjoying the Hot Spring. Then I'll be going up to the Grand Tetons and Yellowstone for at least a two day tour. Then I start wandering home.
Sigh...that's the plan and it can change anytime I want it to :-)
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center