Knights Inn High Point
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... as well as one white guy. I was sitting with the 2 black guys and the girl when we got the assignment, I asked the girl if she could rap, she said no, asked the two guys, they said no, then I looked over at the other guy and predicted that he was a rapping beast. I was absolutely right! He came over and told us he raps, even took a class in hip hop. Best moment ever. Turns out one of the black guys is a sick beatboxer also and the chick can sing, so we got a serious group on ...
... the rules that the color palate for the basics is "no color" and shoes and accessories (scarves) are where you add color.
I'm planning to keep footwear as simple as possible. I've purchased three pairs of shoes for this trip. All three are flat and black. The first pair is dressy. I found them on the sale rack at Johnston and Murphy and they are perfect for wearing to dinner! The second pair is a Clark's walking ...
... br> I learned this from our trip to Italy last year.....use our State Employees' Visa Card for all purchases for the best foreign transaction fee. It's 1% of the purchase instead of the 3% charged by my regular bank cards.
The best news is....the trip is totally paid for! We determined how much we'd need, put money in a special savings account, and now, all we have to do is go enjoy what we've planned!
I'll talk about wardrobe and packing in my next entry.
... potatoes into the Maurer oasis and found Aunt Terri and Uncle Hobo (who both are suddenly fitness icons of Davie County) out by the pool. Uncle Hobo sat and spoke for a spell to rest his biceps. Aunt Terri battled a giant bullfrog and exiled him to the forest.
I then headed to the Sheetz to steal interwebs and transcribe these few letters from my (much preferred) Ticonderoga-written bound journal. I met an incredible nurse from Forsyth Hospital and ...
After running around Greensboro getting all of our last-minute work and personal errands accomplished, we pulled out of the driveway at 11:15 am. Our destination: Dulles International Airport to connect to our 8:40 pm flight to Keflavik airport near Reykjavik, the first leg of our trip to Oslo, Norway! Why, you ask? In celebration of Laura's upcoming 50th birthday in September! 28 years ago, a young, bright-eyed college student, left the relative comfort of ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking