Newport Beach Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... different. Modesty is the goal (knees and shoulders shouldn't show), so long linen pants, tunics that cover arms and chest and a well-past-the-knees skirt have found their way into the suitcase - well, mine at least... no skirts for Greg ;). Luckily, sandals are allowed. Food and water have us a bit concerned since "Delhi Belly" (aka intestinal problems that make a bathroom your best friend) is a likely problem and the term spicy takes ...
... our motel. Being Saturday, it was packed with cars and people. We managed to find a space in a parking lot behind the strip. It was only a few minutes walk to the beach and when we got there we didn't actually think it was that amazing. We thought this place was going to be great but much preferred Huntington and Balboa. We found a quiet spot to chill out for a couple of hours. The water was very clear and warm and Dan found loads of fish and what looked ...
... experience. We have been gently handed off by Dr. Holmes to Dr. Berenson. We are grateful. Dr. Berenson's chemo regime is more delicate than the approach suggested in Santa Rosa. At Dr. Berenson's clinic in West Hollywood Rick will get chemo twice a week, two weeks per month rather than once a week every week. We are told that this way he should have fewer side-effects from the chemo. We pray that will be the ...
... she was in a sea of Elsa's and Ana's as the magic happened. After the hair, makeup and costume were complete it was followed by an individual photo session and then a backstage meet and greet with Ariel, Snow White and Cinderella. In the lead up to all this the male Spaldings were watching a Mickey show and going on a couple of rides. Then we had dinner in Tomorrowland and further explored Fantasyland and Mickey's Toontown. Highlights were meeting ...
... have no idea what they do for me. It is heartwarming beyond belief! I have photos of them trying on dresses donated by my friend, Kim Charlet, from her store Adorn in Austin. They have never looked happier. They will wear them to church, and be so proud.
In short, it was a wonderful trip, as always a great experience with "my girls", so full of love and hope, and yet, I'm so glad to be home. I am including some ...