Regency Inn & Suites
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My flight to New Zealand is in 4 days and I think I have everything ready to go. It is hard to say though because I have never planned for a trip quite like this.
The main supplies I will be bringing are:
- 65 Liter Backpack
- 2 person tent
- Cooking stove and utilities,
- Wet suit, snorkel, and ...
... There's nothing like being surrounded by English-speaking people whom you can relate with completely. Plus I missed burgers and chipotle too much.
In an attempt to answer everybody's favorite question which I will probably be hearing for the next few months anyways, my favorite place that I visited was hands-down, Ireland. Seeing its countryside was a breathe of fresh air from all the cities we had previously we had been visiting. The Irish are also extremely friendly and ...
... environment in the dentist for Cooper. On entering I stop at the reception and Dale and Cooper go in the waiting room and play and watch some movie playing on a TV. I pre warn them of Coopers little lot in life and they assure me all is great, they deal with lovely children like Cooper every day. We get called in straight away, still Cooper is perfect, walks right on in and sits in the dental chair, let's the man have a looky look in his ...
... A little place an hour outside of Albany. A nice lady greeted us, gave us our tools and sent us off to a quarry field or many different quarry fields to dig away. We found little bits of crystals. It was fun and a neat experience.
Last stop for the night, Albany, New York. GPS directed us via the colorful route through the city which slightly concerned us. We aren't too obvious in our whooped up ...
... many reasons, partly because they seem so odd but also because they are so known for their simple but innovative craftsmanship and architectural creations such as round barns. I use the word odd because most religions value and encourage procreation, at least among the large majority of their adherents, while the Shakers practiced celibacy (at least officially). They also lived and worked communally. I found Hancock to be quite ...