Garden Inn and Suites
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... Until then, my hopes are to add stories and images from my previous adventures in here.
I'll slowly add things about myself. If I even have one person look at my entries on here, that would be enough for me. I don't expect it. I'm not the most eloquent of writers, but I do love to document things.
So this is it. Here I go.
... that my head isn't pounding and my throat isn't swollen. It's all fine. Cough drops will do the trick. Fortunately I'm going to a place with a ton of hot tea!! The packing is making a little crazy. I don't want to forget anything. I want to bring it all! Can't I just bring it all? And my mom too, she needs to come with..she's too good at all this planning an packing stuff. I ...
... for different classes so I will be with most of the students that are going on the trip. I've met a few girls that are going on the trip and we will be traveling, and hopefully rooming, together. It makes me feel better knowing that I have people to travel with, because I have never traveled internationally by myself before.
I've uploaded a few pictures of some of the things I will see and the beautiful house we will be living in!
... the road.
We spent our day with less strain than the day before. I know we went back to the butterfly house, this time walking a nature path nearby.
I don't remember where or if we had lunch. That afternoon we cruised the Gardens some more, this time discovering -- just before dusk -- the chapel. We wished we had found it earlier. No one was around. A great place to sit and read.
We enjoyed having wine on ...
... two levels and have butterflies land on us.
Before driving back to the Inn, we stopped at a mountain gift shop just up the road and bought a bottle of wine. We thoroughly enjoyed an otherwise nondescript wine as we drank it from plastic cups on the great patio outside our room, no one else around. We enjoyed a quiet dinner in hotel restaurant and called it a day.