Red Roof Inn - Cincinnati East-Beechmont
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... doubt will have the same fate has the previous dozen t-shirts. Heading up, up and up again we arrived at Laurel Falls, no bears but a wonderful waterfall which was named after the Grove I grew up in. It made a perfect place to take stock, reflect and wonder how much I wasn’t missing taking the bins out or re-building the fence (thanks Dave!)
Easter Monday we would arrive in our final resting place, Florence, Kentucky via a stop in Lexington. Lexington would see ...
... of New York city in the distance. We landed after a little less than two hours from takeoff and my exit gate was only 200 yards away from my transit gate, making the nearly 5 hour layover easy for a turtle. Got small salad at New York prices L and settled in for wait.
I brought my SEVP notebook to study and began marking it. SEVP is the Student Exchange Visitors Program that certifies schools and administers SEVIS – ...
On this trip while in Australia and New Zealand we didn't stay one single evening in a hotel. All our nights were in people’s homes. We appreciated getting to know and spend more time with our ministers and members in this manner.
In Australia we met with all our ministers and their spouses as well as most of the deacons and deaconesses We were at three ...
... below. We easily spent a few hours here roaming the grounds. The Art Museum was also good (not as good as Detroit). A sample of some of the highlights can be seen in the photos. Also got to make it up to Mt. Adams which gave a very nice view of the city, and the Ohio river. We also made it to Over-the-Rhine, which was a cool part of town with a lot of cool bars, and stores. Overall, a splendid couple of days ...
Well, it’s been almost exactly one month since I’ve been back in the USA. Paris has been in the news a lot lately, and the reports make me very thankful that I’m home. But I must admit that I miss Paris terribly. I miss all the lovely people I met, both French and other international students, I miss being able to walk everywhere, and I miss the French cheeses and wine! I’ve been so busy lately with classes and ...