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... to try and post some thoughts about what I see and perhaps more importantly about how these places impact me. If you read along, don't expect anything too deep. Hopefully I can share with family and friends my experiences as they unfold.
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... a split second he was dragging a scarf down the staircase, then he helped himself to the clean clothes in the laundry basket. Sadly to say, it was time for Mr. Beagle & Mr. Bear to head to their canine time share!
Tails wagging, the two of them climbed in the car, fighting over who gets the front seat.
Thank goodness our wonderful neighbor, Christy, takes Miss Kitty. I hear Kitty even has her own room at her house! ...
... we click.I close my eyes and follow.He gives me space to express myself. Now,more 7 tandas with a genuine porteno..I could go on and on..i danced till 5 am my best tango yet.The most intense,bare-no boundaries at all.Dirty closeness,I am single I can.I can swim in the pool of sweat and smells and kisses and why the hell not. Total enjoyment of the moment-I live in NOW. My last tanda is with a dark haired indeginious dancer from Quechua tribe.Tall (not usual for the ...
... foremost, to safely complete the 50CC cross-country ride
b) intend to visit 23 national parks in 15 of the states - but am really looking forward to Zion Canyon, Bryces Canyon, Canyonlands, and Arches in Utah, Mesa Verde in Colorado, the Oklahoma City Bombing memorial in OKC, and Vicksburg Battlefield in MS.
c) intend to visit the 4-corners monument (the only spot in the US where 4 states come together in 1 location (I want my picture standing in ...
... harbor is an island and on that island sits Fort Sumter, and a little research reminded me that it was there that a famous battle culminated in the beginning of the War Between the States.
We drove through neighboring areas of cobble stone streets and old buildings, many of Federal architecture, with their flat facades, touching each other but painted many different pastel colors. And we saw stucco, clapboard, stone, brick, ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Pets allowed