Quality Inn Woodstock
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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o Compression packs (I fit all of this in 1 suitcase and a carry on thanks to these)
o Smaller bag to carry around in cities (I was able to fit this in my suitcase it will make my back really happy)
I'm leaving for my trip in three days!!!! I cannot ...
This morning I left Dave to sleep and I went to see the National Shrine of St. Therese of Lisieux Fr. It was about ½ hour away from my Cousin's house in Bartlett.
The National Shrine of St. Therese is situated on a 50 acre Carmelite campus in Darien, Illinois. The Shrine includes both a museum devoted to the saint and a chapel where visitors can reflect and worship.
The museum is a rich treasury of relics ...
... from my previous trip to the region, I knew that on the streets and in the open-air markets of many places in Asia you can get basically everything you could ever dream of wanting and more (there are scads of tempting purchases), so there really isn’t a need to bring all that much to begin with. Nearly anything, besides sentimental items or random travel gifts, can easily be purchased, repurchased, or replaced within an instant.
Obviously, I did want ...
... back home, it's eerie. The older brother is exactly like my own (with a dash more self-assurance), as not only had he spent the afternoon trying to help me fix my laptop, in a completely helpful & unpatronising but still an 'I have just as little clue as you do but I just know how to google things & work it out for myself' kind of way, but also in that he spent the majority of the night surrounded by family, but clearly far more absorbed in what ...
... the Sun and the planets moved around the Earth. Copernicus is the Father of Modern Astronomy.
Ignacy Jan Paderewski was born in Eastern Poland and gave his first concert in America in 1891 in Carnegie Hall in New York City. He became so famous that 10 years later everyone in Europe and in the United States knew his name. He gave over 1,500 concerts in the U.S. He had his own railway car and carried his own ...