Staybridge Suites Stafford
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... where we had the chance to be bitten by mosquitoes, see a spider the size of a saucer and some evil looking snake. On the plus size, we got to snorkel about a sunken wreck and that was fairly impressive too. We got to see our first dolphin as we took a kayak out on the bay, but the slippery little devil didn't let us swim with it. Day Four : Key West On our drive to Key West, we stopped for a 4 mile offshore snorkelling trip. Very dull and ...
... off to the USDA....United States Department of Agriculture for lunch. A huge selection of food, smorgasbord style and pay per plate which was weighed at the counter and charged at 42c per ounce......that was interesting. We also visited the Vietnam war memorial, the Capitol building where "Freedom Triumphant" stands almost 6m tall on top of the building and saw the Benjamin Franklin national memorial. He sits tall facing the Washington ...
... peoples, these two sources have mainly formed the physiognomy of the contemporary Greek folk music. Elements such as metres, modes and melodic features can be traced back to ancient Greek music or Byzantine music. Music plays a vital part of every event in rural Greece. At the event of a wedding, the bride and groom are accompanied through the streets of the village on the way to church with the sounds of processional folk music played by ...
... modesty and balance of life can be connected to their music. Musical Tradition of Islamic Music: Music is somewhat of a controversy in the Islamic faith. Many conservative sects of the faith look down on music in worship and music and art in general. Even though music is never forbidden in Qur'an. However their are many sects that use music in worship regularly. The Musical Theory of Islamic Music: A lot of ...
... home on the range. Ken was the mastermind behind it all and I was lucky enough to get to enjoy it with such a wonderful and caring husband and dad, and these two kids of ours are lucky to have enjoyed the Odyssey in the Odyssey, or as it is now known by its new nickname, "The Trip of 'Yes.'"
Thanks for following our adventures and sending lots of love to those who sent us kind words and well-wishing along the way! Cheers to you! Lisa & Ken