The Burnsley All Suite Hotel
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... this is nice to travel a lot lighter.
It has been an awesome year off and albeit we are not happy it has come to an end, we are excited for the upcoming opportunity to work in another great school in another foreign country and to immerse ourselves in another culture and academically challenge ourselves with teaching high school and pre-college level Chemistry and Physics.
Well, right now all we have is tidbits of information compiled ...
... the point that we had to pass on the homemade pies (Jessie frowns). After lunch we walked around the “earthy-crunchy” souvenir shop, which had a lot of cool apparel, hand-carved trinkets, and offbeat home decorations. Then we made our way back to the car and went back down the mountain to head to Red Rock Amphitheater. If you’ve never heard of Red Rock Amphitheater, you’ve probably been living under a rock your whole life ...
... go to storage.
We'll post more as we begin our great adventure.
Planning to spend Arlin's 75th birthday in Cartagena, Colombia next Friday.
Arlin always says that Friday the 13th is his lucky day,
as he was 13 years old on Friday the ...
... of the road, there is no one to follow. The first time it caught us out is approaching an exit, since we weren't sure which lane to be in we straddled two lanes which was ok till we came to the concrete lane divider. The next time was turning left at an intersection with no traffic, thankfully someone pulled up and turned beside us or we would have been back on the freeway albeit causing a little mayhem. I heard that after the trip back to ...
... syrup to make them taste of anything other than disgusting dough. Never again.
We made the short trip round the corner to the Crazy Horse monument which is at the back of Mount Rushmore and is a huge unfinished rock carving of a famous native American. I was thinking because it wasn’t finished and because it wasn’t, well, Mount Rushmore it may be a donation thing, it wasn’t it was $11 each, twice the price of MR. ...