Water Street Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Tennis Court
- Drycleaning onsite
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... uneasy, a little shocked and maybe even a little intrigued. He began painting a picture of his past, that there was once cash transactions involved when being with guys, and that it continued for a quite some time. Who cares really, I mean, everyone has a past, and to a degree, I was rather fascinated by his story, I was intrigued and freaked at the same time and wanted to tap more into his brain about it. BUT it was time to call it a balmy (and extremely weird) ...
Sarina: Today we woke up a bit later then we needed (6:45am) and I packed while Care showered. We left our bags with the concierge who called us a taxi while we ate a quick bite. When we were done pretending to eat we were informed that the taxi bus was here....but wait, where were Sarina's bags? It turned out that a different taxi had ended up with Sarina luggage so I had to wait upset while the concierge yelled in Dutch for the other taxi to wait for me at the airport ...
... go to sleep. We did have a pretty busy day! At church I did teach large group and the smaller groups as well! It was crazy like usual but I'm really glad i was able to be apart of kidodeo! not only did those kids get me excited to see the kids in Haiti, but it was also a great reminder of what i am capable of giving in Haiti! One of the moms was trying to explain to her child that teacher Lindsey wont be here next week because she is going to go make ...
... de sac that gave us planty of room to park --- always a consideration these days!
There was homemade soup on the stove that Mark was inventing. We got the tour of their home and I knew the artwork hanging very well as there were paintings and prints in every room that Mark's Dad, my God-Father, Ron Mastros had painted. I should give some equal time to my ...
... friend Jan left a comment for me with a link to her own recent backpacking trip in the Presidentials. It was removed, we think because of the link in it: http://happening-here.blogspot.com/2011 /07/saturday-scenes-and-scenery-hiking. html. When I looked at her photos, I was struck by the difference in cairns between our two trips. The cairns on her trail were huge structures, with quartz on top to make them easier to see in the fog. On the Minong, ...