Ramada Plaza Garden Grove/Anaheim South
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... after the finalists are announced so instead of doing it tonight, we had 'family time'. In today's 'family time' the boys were proving their strength and discussing a variety of issues from Batman, Superman, Suicide Squad and other movies-to the swimsuit models they saw earlier in the day. Sigh. Lol The competition heats continue tomorrow and begins for many of us, so please continue to wish us luck from DownUnder and we flourish and make our country proud. KHS World Champs ...
Observations and Insights
June 23, 2014 through May 4, 2015
- We took 8,763 photos (want to come over to see our vacation slides? haha)
· We took 40 flights
· We visited 49 countries
· We traveled over 90,000 miles
*It's been months since we could read and understand the local language< …
I had the conversation more times than I can count. As it is an enviably bound it happen, people learn about my travel plans and are interested in where I'm going, if I'm excited and what I'm looking forward to doing most. Yet, as the date of my departure nears (15 days) I seem hard pressed to express a genuine smile. It's not that I'm unhappy about this amazing trip I'm about to depart on, but rather that I am so overwhelmed by the unknown future and the ...
... meet my new roommate, cleaned up, got ready for the next day, did some reading and then headed off to find dinner. I meet up with Sam and Chris and we got some takeaway Japanese. Over
eating we said goodbyes and then i walked around the area. I ran into Brooklyn and Danielle and we went to Johnny rockets for dessert. Later we went back to the hotel – i used the internet, watched a tv show and went to bed.
... of the American Jewish History, or is the History of American Jews, or is it the History of Jews in America was transformed from a beautiful storied oil painting by my late uncle, Neil Boyle, into an amazing mosaic tile mural on the side of one of the mausoleums. Dedicated in 1984 (we traveled as a family in 1985 when I won a trip to Disneyland and visited it with Uncle Neil), the story of the creation of the mosaic is ...