La Quinta Inn & Suites Cincinnati Sharonville
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We are home now (midnight last night) from our grand, and I do mean GRAND Alaskan adventure. I'm sorry we didn't blog much while we were gone. When we weren't having a TON of fun, we were exhausted and sleeping or we didn't have Internet access! The weather was (unusual ...
... there is a fee which we found out was $75-$100 for international flights. Pretty steep! Well, I rearranged some things and put more in my carry on and left a pair of shoes behind. I got it down to 49 lbs. Gene and I decided to stop at McDonald's for a chocolate chip frappe and an m&m mcflurry at McDonald's. Even though Liuzhou has a McD's, we weren't sure if they have these 2 items so ...
... about. Afterwards there will be a question and answer session. This will be the 5th time Gene and I have been to Liuzhou teaching English to high school students. We have gone every other year since 2005. In years past we were there for a few weeks in the summer and stayed with host families. This time we will be there for a semester and live on campus in an apartment. We leave ...
This time next week we'll be at the airport ready to begin our "Great Alaskan Adventure". We are packin', packin' and packin' & trying to figure out what to take on the land tour and what to take on the ship tour. But we are so excited we can hardly see straight! Be talkin' to you soon.
Bev, Nay & Jan
... in center field. All MLB yards must have a dark area there so that the batter can see the white ball coming toward them. Most parks have something dark green out there, but the black windows of the riverboat restaurant are an interesting touch. There are two large power stacks next to the riverboat that explode with fireworks and balls of fire when Reds players hit home runs or strike out opposing batters. The ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
- Pets allowed