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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... to the Taj Mahal (Oh, and maybe a little bit of shopping in there too). Most importantly I hope to make an impact on the individuals around me and spread the love of Christ that has so abundantly been bestowed upon me. I Corinthians 9: 22-23 Stay tuned for pictures and entries as I embark on such an amazing opportunity (in less than 15 ...
... place. We must live without borders or boundaries to continue growing by experiencing, seeing and helping others. Some borders are mental and can be physical. Regardless, we put these up and live contently. Always a risk but trust in yourself. I read this quote recently in Truckee, CA with Bokody and Black; "A bird sitting on a tree is never afraid of the branch breaking, because her trust is not on the branch but on her own wings." Believe in your own strength ...
We waited, and waited, and waited and then behold and lo (I'm dislexic) :). the lady showed up with her car and said "YOU ARE SUPPOSED TO BE ON THE RIGHT SIDE OF THE ENTRYWAY"---DUH---Anywho, her card worked and we squeeked thru the entryway, superior driving skills will overcome every time...
Once we got in our spot and hooked up everthing was a-ok for the rest of our stay....
The adventure goes on.
Now we have an idea of where we're going and where we're stopping on the way to Oregon. The host club is enlisting the aid of AAA to plan the trip. They will negotiate reduced prices at motels and determine which towns to stop in for the nite. Great! Let someone else do that chore! Distances will average about 350 miles +or- daily. Seems pretty easy to me, but then I'm used to 600 to 700+ per day.
Since the theme of this years event is "MGs on the Oregon ...
At the time of our initial planning we were living in New Braunfels, TX and we were the proud custodian of our 1974 blue MGB roadster (Maggie). We had purchased the car years earlier when we lived in Morton, IL from a man in Denver. We flew out to Denver and drove the car around Boulder and Estes Park and then back to Illinois (in April). Over the years we changed, repaired or upgraded many of the parts, to the point where it was one of ...