Residence Inn Memphis Germantown
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... Galapagos Islands are an Ecuadorian Marine Reserve that have been described as "a living museum and showcase of evolution." They have been very high on Bob's must visit list for years. Now he is finally heading their way.
It's been a hectic time leading up to this trip. During the past three weeks, Bob spent two of them working long hours on deployment with the Red Cross, helping with the recovery from flooding in Houston, Texas. ...
... Memphis is certainly all about music. Sun Studios is one must do if you have any interest in rock and roll. Started by Sam Phillips (who is now the subject of a new musical called Sons of Sun, partly created by Murray from the Wiggles - bit of info I picked up in a local free paper) it was the record company that first recorded Elvis and is seen as the birthplace of rock and roll. Here also were launched the careers of Johnny Cash, BB King, Howlin' Wolf, Jerry Lee Lewis, ...
Our definition of a good trip is one where you can hardly wait for it to begin, are ready to return home at the end, and one that is filled with wonderful adventures and memorable events in the middle. That definition certainly applies to our trip to India.
We've been back a little over a week now and have finally recovered from the exhaustion of 17 days of continuous activity, the last 32 hours of which held very little sleep and included four airline flights—one 15 ...
India!? Why would you want to go there? Is it a church mission trip?
That's the response from a number of folks, sometimes with a look, other times with words, when we’ve shared the location of our next travel destination. So, how does one answer? Do we explain the sense of adventure attached to such a trip, or the interesting novels we’ve read that are situated in India. Should we point out how fascinating it might be ...
... became stronger as we explored the hills of Cappadocia, honeycombed with carved-cave homes and over 600 churches, many that date back to the 3rd century AD and that served as safe havens for the early Christians of Asia-Minor. The sense of connection to man’s long history became unmistakable as we explored the huge underground city in Cappadocia and later the ruins of Ephesus.