Sleep Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Free High-Speed Internet
- High-speed internet in room
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... ever been a part of. My team and I started around the halfway point on the Camino and were fully accepted as fellow pilgrims even by our more seasoned brothers and sisters that started way back in St Jean Pied de Port, France which is technically the beginning of the Camino. But, one of the many friends I made was a woman named Bethany from Germany who had started walking from her front door step and had been walking since April to ...
I will be posting about previous days probably sometime this weekend. I was supposed to be home late Monday night; however, we had a couple snafus along the way home. Our flight from London Heathrow to Houston went completely smoothly. Everything seemed to be going fine as we went through customs and rechecked our baggage for the flight to Omaha. When we got out of customs, though, we saw that there were lines by the customer service ...
As I write, I'm just twitching in anticipation. I cannot wait for tomorrow when we take off from the airport! For now, I'll settle for the fact we're leaving in a couple hours to check in to our hotel in Omaha. Make-a-Wish has arranged for us to stay at the Residence Inn by Marriott in downtown Omaha for the night before our departure. We get to eat out at Old Chicago tonight with our wish greeters in Omaha. Then, we ...
... give everyone just a taste of the places I will go, possibly to encourage you to sometime make a trip to a place you've been dying to see. Yours truly, Stephanie (P.S. - I don't really know how this program works, so you'll have to bear with me as I try to figure out how to post pictures and ...
... are all often told how polite our children are with their please's and thank you's. One of the phrases I remember hearing the most from our dad was "thank you kindly". It was as if the thank you was not enough...he needed to emphasize his appreciation (for whatever) with just a bit more.
So, Dad, the drive has been long but worth it. Thanks for everything. Thank you kindly.