Travelodge Aberdeen Hotel
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... and sweet tea like any Southern meal. Aunt Mary Jane's was just as good. Lasagna with bread and salad, sweet tea. At both meals ice cream rounded everything off. Man, don't you wish you could eat Southern everyday of your life?
When we got to Charlotte, we were greeted by Brian and Kim, Mom's cousins! They have 4 daughters, Annie, Frances, Rebecca, and Caroline. Only Rebecca and Caroline were home, but we had the best time ever!! They were the coolest 2nd cousins on your ...
... by a group of Amish guys in about 3 days. They mostly build dinghy’s that lobster fishermen would buy to row out to their lobster boats in the harbor. Many apprentices would come back and visit, sometimes work, so they had tea time everyday at 10am to visit! That threw me at first, “Tea time? What? I mean, I know this was a part of England, but…”
Our project was wood shingling the side of an old workshop used for boat rehab projects. ...
... us, Motel 6 pretty much let you check in whenever you want, as long as there's a room available, sweet
Once we were somewhat recovered we had a Skype meeting for a film writing job we're currently working on
After working hard we decided to treat ourselves to an KFC, I love the stuff back home and in the USA surely its even better...
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... you to view something called the "cyclorama painting" by the French artist Paul Philippoteux. The painting depicts "Pickett's charge," the failed infantry assault by the Confederates that was the climax of the Battle of Gettysburg. Never heard of a "cyclorama?" Me neither. It's a 360 degree cylindrical painting. It was originally 42 feet tall (now 27 feet). And painted in 1833. It was intended to immerse the viewer into the scene ...
No—we're not traveling again, but quite a few of you requested more information and photos from the Terracotta Warriors, the most significant archeological find of the 20th century.
The figures date from 210 BC and were discovered in 1974 by local farmers. The first emperor of China, Quin (pronounced "Chin") Shi Huang, ordered that the statues be built to guard the underworld when he died. By the age of 38, Emperor ...
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