TownePlace Suites Stafford
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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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With our first visitors of the year in tow, we headed up the M1 to Niagara (where the M1 is a 400 mile, 9 hour series of mountainous single, duel and up to 5 lane motorway). Eventually we got to the Border, added a Canadian stamp to our passports and we were in Niagara Falls, Canada. We headed from the hotel to the falls early on Sat morning, (about 2 mile walk) and the noise gradually built up as we ...
Big news items this week 1) we got the internet back ... It is incredible how much you take it for granted. Especially since both kids get their homework set online. We were desperate to get back online, and the kids were not so fussed :-) 2) Lauren had her first dress uniform day, as she had a school trip to the Kennedy centre in DC. 3) first school report sees Lauren doing extremely well and making us so ...
This was my group presentation! Folk Music of Greece and Turkey Samantha Albertson, Timothy Eicher, and John Rodriguez History of Greek Folk Music: The Greek people express deeper feelings at various social occasions individually or in groups, on occasions of joy and sadness, as well as in moments of philosophising life itself. Thus, folk music has accompanied every aspect of a person’s life: work (farming, livestock-farming, or other rural ...
Dr. Ryder split us into five groups and assigned topics for us to research that was relevant to places we saw. During the trip we would present to the class either on the bus, in an amphitheater, or wherever we could. The topics were Islamic Music, Greek and Turkish Popular Music, Greek and Turkish Folk Music, Greek Theater and Choral Music, and Sacred Greek Music. All the presentations can be found in my pictures ...
... I thought a seat belt "companion" might be worth the money for a one-month trip! So after picking up some composition notebooks and some road snacks, we added these to our road trip crew. Names still being considered: Fang, Killer, and ...