SpringHill Suites Quakertown
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Friday, June 27 2014 *I will upload photos, when I have good service, I tried but it took 15 minutes for 5 photos! And they looked REALLY bad, so I erased them.* Woke up to an annoying sound in the hotel...kinda like a low sounding alarm....just enough so you can hear it, but not loud enough to tell where it is comming from. It finally drove me from bed. I got up, showered, packed up, and we headed to Cabella's Outdoor Store. At Cabella's we met a few other hikers, ...
... the top is three quarters fake with a crown so I have always been careful with it. So it was just wonderful when I felt like I had food stuck between my teeth and out comes my crown into my hand. It was fantastic!! It must have been breaking to come out in my hand, so I guess it is better to happen now rather than later. So now I have a gaping hole in my tooth with just the side part of it left really, that will need to be fixed on top of this. But since the crown cost $900 a few ...
... we met up and had a late siesta, and went out for a great dinner at the restaurant I loved so much before with the LITA group.
Wednesday, August 1st: We did some gift shopping this morning before taking our train to Valencia! It was a three hour train ride and we arrived at around 5:30. We spent some time unpacking and shopping, then stumbled upon a very touristy bus tour of the city. However, it was admittedly a great way to see ...
... Billy and Brendan will be on their own together, Miranda and her boyfriend are renting their first apartment, and mama and the 4 kids will be in the new home. In September I will return to Europe for the fall semester, and in the spring, Boston. Though everything has created a strain on us individually and as a group, my faith has strengthened and I've recognized the many good people that actually exist. God only gives us what we can handle. And while traveling right now, ...
... I'll experience from cosmic rays at altitude during my flight. Heck, the TSA scanners might dose me more than the environment in Japan.
And the rolling blackouts and food shortages have been largely sensationalized. In central Tokyo (where I will be staying and shopping), there are no blackouts and food is plentiful. There is some minor damage, but nothing to worry about.
But that isn't to ...
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