TownePlace Suites Stafford
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When you say home country, it's usually a place where you've spent most of your life growing up, or for me at least it is. I might be young still at the age of 16, but I've spent the last 7 years of my life living and growing up in Japan from the age of 9. My dad works for the government, and decided to move to Japan in 2007 because my siblings and …
... 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 week (or month, in Keely's case), so we are not worried about her. She will have a great time when we're gone!
Before our official Odyssey departure on July 6 (which will land us in Chicago for our first night), we still have our beach vacation at Bethany Beach to enjoy some down time before we set out. Should be great and we should have a few video blogs to add, not just for your enjoyment, dear readers, but ...
Looked around dc before leaving. A beautiful day, thank goodness. Caught a taxi to Lincoln memorial (very impressive) then walked up the mall to the Capitol building. On the way, saw Washington monument, White House, WWII memorial, Korean War memorial (thought it was the best), reflecting pool. All pretty impressive. We had time before the smithsonian opened so walked through the sculpture garden that was part of the smithsonian art ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsTownePlace Suites Stafford
We've stayed at Stafford Suits for about a month now and still have a month to go. Pet Friendly and super nice staff along with a quaint swimming pool. The rooms are nice, but NOT recommended unless you have a pet. There was one customer who ended up complaint that dogs barked to much as if it was every dog owners fault that dogs were barking, so DON'T stay unless you are willing to hear dogs bark or have a pet yourself. Other than that great hotel!
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