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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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My four biggest takeaways from the pilgrimage were: (1) universality (2) community (3) evangelization and (4) silence.
The universality of the church absolutely blew me away! In a very, minute way, I could see the universality of the church in my 3 hour radius from home, but being able to see the bigger, broader picture of what it means to be universal was amazing! Even though I was in a different country and the Mass was in ...
... my aunt and uncle and grandpa live. It was nice to get a good night's rest and visit everyone along the way. This morning, we were on the road by 6:30 AM. We got into Omaha by 3:00, and we got our baggage from the baggage claims office. After getting home, we returned the rental car and retrieved the dogs from the kennel. We began to look through our bags at home, and (lucky us!) we found that 3 out of our 4 checked bags had been ...
... the whole time change thing... Hello, jet lag...) I'm sure this will be a great experience. I really am thankful for the wonderful, generous people that have made my wish come true. This is completely surreal. It really restores my faith in humanity.
P.S. I don't really know what picture I would post to this entry, as all I'm doing right now is sitting and staring at the ...
Hello, everyone! I've never tried to keep a journal of my travels, but I thought it would be a good idea to start, as my trip to London quickly approaches. (13 days, but who's counting?) I have a feeling I will probably not keep up with this as diligently as I should, but I will definitely try. I ...
... We laugh about phrases we hear each other use or mannerism that we got from Dad. Like how Christine and Maryanne launch into lengthy fits of sneezes like Dad did (thankfully I do not share this trait!). Or how Christine uses phrases like "you betcha ya" and I question things saying "I don't think so" only to quickly recover when I am wrong with "oh yeah, you're right!" It's not just the ...