TownePlace Suites Greenville Haywood Mall
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- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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- Free parking
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... last few days have been to the bone cold. We have literally eaten our way through New Zealand. Green lipped mussels, salmon, cheese, lamb and venison and more lamb and venison. Needless to say, i'm looking forward not only to warmer climate, but also some lighter food! One thing that surprised me here is the sparkling wine. It has been delicious. We are taking two bottles with us to ...
... one would only need or want to do once. Nevertheless, it was truly a once-in-lifetime, satisfying experience for us. It was satisfying because we successfully dealt with the challenges presented to us living off-the-grid. It was also very satisfying for the things we did and saw together, further enriching our lives together. Thanks for allowing us share Eleuthera 2014 with ...
... stay with him for the night in Los Angeles. We are hooking up with three of Sunnie's cousins while there... (since most of you all were at the wedding, you know that she has exactly 489 cousins). Then, off to Auckland, New Zealand the next night.
We leave LA at 10:30pm on June 21 and land in Auckland at 6:30am on June 23. We will skip right over June 22. We never liked that day, anyway.
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... Drummond-Brown) walked that circle of red bricks while pleading the blood, and nothing but the blood for our Civil Rights Leaders, both living and slain. Suddenly a passage from the Holy Bible came in to remembrance for our leaders named and unnamed on those bricks "The steps of a good man are ordered by the Lord: and he delighteth in his way" (Psalm 37:23)
My very own paved steps, set in stone were moving one step closer to our next stop on ...
... landscaping, and walls all complemented each others' geometry - winding and curving and leading us toward the unique Liberty Bridge, a pedestrian suspension bridge supported on the backside only by two masts that lean away from the bridge - allowing the curving front of the bridge to ...