Sheraton Greensboro at Four Seasons
Travel Blogs from Greensboro
... and lay them down in the living room and they help me pick out a good combo, the best!
So the first week here was just an introductory week. It was alright, just meeting other internationals and the odd American. Classes started in 2nd week. I'm taking 5 classes, which is a pretty heavy load, and start at 8am Monday, Wednesday Friday and 9:30am Tuesday, Thursday, so early rising. My lecturers are all characters. One of them had us all raise our right hands in the ...
... another sale rack find! They are Mary Jane style but walking-shoe comfortable. The third pair is an L.L.Bean rain shoe. I'm hoping these remain in my suitcase! I plan to take another pair of walking shoes. These are the beige Merrells I took to Italy last summer and walked all over Rome, Florence and Venice without any problems with my feet! Love them! I'm following all the advice about leaving the atheletic shoes at home ...
... private tours of the Louvre and Musee D'Orsay. No chocolate tour, but the Louvre and Orsay were on my list and this got us past the long lines and someone who knew the high spots to see.
I contacted the travel agent and selected two of the small group tours she had recommended: a Sunday afternoon wine and food tour of the Marais area and an all-day tour of Giverny and Versailles for Tuesday. I also selected the dinner reservation she made for 58 Tour Eiffel in the ...
... potatoes into the Maurer oasis and found Aunt Terri and Uncle Hobo (who both are suddenly fitness icons of Davie County) out by the pool. Uncle Hobo sat and spoke for a spell to rest his biceps. Aunt Terri battled a giant bullfrog and exiled him to the forest.
I then headed to the Sheetz to steal interwebs and transcribe these few letters from my (much preferred) Ticonderoga-written bound journal. I met an incredible nurse from Forsyth Hospital and ...
... to spend a year abroad in Darbu, Norway. there she reconnected with Inger, the friend she had made during Inger's study abroad at Hudson (OH) High School in 1982. Well, all these years later, Inger and her husband Arne, will meet us at Gardermoen airport near Oslo tomorrow afternoon. Although we arrive at 12:25 pm Oslo time, our body clocks will be screaming 6:25 am! Cate has just informed us that she promises not to hit anyone! (cate is not a morning ...
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