Comfort Inn and Suites
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Hello from the Christchurch International Airport tarmac. We survived driving on the left side of the road. The first day of driving was pretty rough---both of us tended to hug the left (which here was the no shoulder side of the road, in the states it would be the center line obviously). However, we quickly adjusted and thankfully had no incidents. John and I have been up since 3:45 ...
... from the outside world - the spectacularly beautiful, pristine, private beach and clean, clear, calm water What made it a challenge? - coexisting with mosquitos, noseeums, and other pesky insects - adjusting our hydrating habits to accommodate the warm, humid tropical summer conditions without AC or electric fans Would we do it again? Probably not, because it is the type ...
... stay with him for the night in Los Angeles. We are hooking up with three of Sunnie's cousins while there... (since most of you all were at the wedding, you know that she has exactly 489 cousins). Then, off to Auckland, New Zealand the next night.
We leave LA at 10:30pm on June 21 and land in Auckland at 6:30am on June 23. We will skip right over June 22. We never liked that day, anyway.
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... on our hearts, and forever in my dreams! I had never heard anyone sing like that to me before and I will never forget this day for as long as I live!
On day 4, June 10, 2014, at 0800 hrs., we departed for Selma. The first stop was the Lowndes County Interpretive Center which also gave an historic account of The Civil Rights Movement for our group to take in as well. Then we were off to the Ebenezer Missionary Baptist Church. There ...
... that over 50 years ago people of color were not afforded the opportunity to stay in a hotel such as that particular one.
Our tour group checked out of the hotel at 8: 00 A.M. sharp, and departed for Atlanta, Ga., the first stop was none other than the MLK Center. There we saw Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., and Coretta Scott-King's resting place, as well as the Eternal Flames that burned across from ...