Sheraton Lagos Hotel and Towers
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Airport Transportation
- Swimming pool
- Refrigerator in room
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Je suis dans *****ia est va a l'europort. Je va au France pour le chaque annee festival de bones. Je reste a la Sheraton Lagos pres de l'europort. Le vol est allé étonnant. Quand je suis arrivé a Lyon St. Exupéry et je passais par la sécurité, je suis le numéro chanceux qui a du passer parle corps analyse complète et une palpation. C'est l'histoire comment je suis arrivé
... that, Mr. Mickelson and I will head to the airport for our departure to the United States. Our plane leaves Lagos at 10:00 Sunday night and arrives home in Washington State approximately 24 hours later.
This will likely be my last blog post while in Africa. I will post a short update upon our safe arrival back home.
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... importance of keeping God's Holy Days as the Bible instructs. He too discovered the United Church of God web site online, and made contact. We were pleased with the dialogue and tone of our conversation with him. He was happy that Mr. Akinbo offered to return and conduct educational workshops in the upcoming months. It appears that a positive connection has been made, and we look forward to an open dialogue ...
... what I, as an American, am accustomed to.
Based on past experience, internet connection in these areas is sparse. I will take pictures and post updates as I am able.
Thank you for following along with us. Developments over this past week have made this a productive trip. Your continued prayers are appreciated.
Paul Moody ...
... the brutal conditions they faced. As many as 25 million slaves were processed through such fortresses with a large percentage of them dying before they ever reached their intended destinations. It was a sobering reminder to me of the horrific manner in which mankind has, and at times does, treat their fellow man. I walked through the guided tour alongside an older Ghanaian man who commented on how profound it was to be walking through ...