Park Plaza Bloomington
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My week here was a nice experience, not only a nice facility for meetings but the rooms were spacious and the entire hotel comfortable. The folks working there are very customer focused and I'd certainly stay again.
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Along with the fabulous pictures, the best way to document a trip is to recode the highlights and each person's BEST OF moments. I asked the family 5 questions today and here are their answers...
1. What was the best CITY?
Dad - Flagstaff, the scenery and cooler weather
Mom - Flagstaff, the Old Town and the active/out and about lifestyle
Julia - Holbrook, the funky diner and museum and Rte. 66 funky stuff
Nathan - ...
... Lucy" which is two burgers stuffed with cheese. I got mine with american, Jon had bleu cheese. We both agreed the american cheese stuffed one tasted better. We rounded out our day with a trip to Ikea which I had never been to. It was fun for us to look at home items and dream about when we would have a home of our own. That's all for now I am off to read a book..on my Kindle of ...
... whom we normally meet and greet on Madeline Island each summer, might have an opportunity to learn of our great bicycle adventure this year, Barbara and Chadly offered their home for a cocktail party in the afternoon. Sarah wanted to provide our friends with the details of our trip and get caught up with their lives since we won't overlap at Madeline this summer. The Browns, Snowbergs, Deborah Frasier, Ian Hunter, Bonita Kosiolak, Gingie ...
... that I will be ready for those moments as they come. I am trying to prepare myself for one of the most memorable moments that I will probably ever experience, but that seems just about as hard as it sounds. There are no words for what I am about to experience in the next three years and only those who have served will ever understand and relate. I will try to keep my blog true to the feelings and reactions of my environment in order to keep a sense of honesty ...
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