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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking hotel
- Indoor pool
- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave in room
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... to have graduated college, say "I do", and now taking the trip of a lifetime - and we want to thank everyone who supported us along the way. The goal of our travel blog is to keep loved ones informed while encouraging others to take adventures of their own (no matter how big or how small). We hope you enjoy!
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Blake and ...
Due to the bad weather that was forecast overnight (the previous night) and also for today, we decided today would be a good day to visit Racine, Wisconsin for the Case IH/New Holland factory plant tour, as well as Beloit Illinois/Wisconsin to the makers of one of dad's wheaters. It's weird how they name the towns over the border - at least for Beloit anyway; for example we just do Albury-Wodonga, but they call both towns Beloit and just change the state letters following (IL or WI). ...
... and cities on the way down. The descent back will include a trip through the Appalachian Mountain range in Georgia and Tennessee!
Our decision to be full time students is paying off. Kelsey received straight A's, taking a whopping 17 credit hours and I received all A’s and one B (darn Calculus!). This trip could not have come at a better time for us. We are entering our senior year as undergraduates and won’t know for sure when the ...
... a quick stop downtown before I headed out of town. Leah had gotten sick a few weeks before and reached the conclusion that the cause of the problem was most likely a parasite that had taken up residence in her gut. The only way to be sure was to take a stool sample to a local lab to have it analyzed. Friends told us to be sure to do this in Mexico, where they know their parasites, rather than back in the States. I figured I might as well ...
... likely. They were delighted--"Hey! If we had known you were Phillies fans, we would have talked to you more!"
We don't often go to Major League games, having sworn off giving them any more of our money when the players went on strike for the second time, in 1995, over what they considered to be insufficient pay. (See Ken Burns' great series on baseball for a detailed look at that debacle. They lost more fans than just the two of us; they just ...