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... I was worried after that, I would sleep in, so I was lightly sleeping. The alarm went off at 4am and I jumped in the shower to wake myself up. After drying and dressing I woke munchkin up... He wasn't really with it. I am not staying on the second floor again. I thought I would try stealth mode and get our suitcases down the flights of stairs by lifting them. After the second suitcase, I ...
... I stayed in a hotel in Oakland. We stayed somewhere with a hot tub and heated pool, so obviously I was really happy and relaxed. Today I dropped Taryn off at the airport for her flight and then headed to Sacramento. Now I'm with my friend Eric who just flew out here this morning and we're staying with his aunt. Tomorrow we start our trek to Seattle! ...
... to that cairn, I would go in there when I really needed some peace or to make a decision. It is a special place in there. I also loved going inside Unstan Cairn on Orkney, and also inside Nether Largie Cairn in the Kilmartin area. Each place felt good and peaceful inside, and I felt close to the stones that surrounded me.
- I was blown away with how awesome St. Magnus Cathedral is in Kirkwall on Orkney Island. Wow! The brick pillars on the inside are so ...
... a travel wallet around my neck and had to get a pat down.
The TSA agent took exception to the two heavy duty quart-sized bags we brought with our toiletries. She argued they were not quart-sized and that all we were allowed was a sandwich bag size. Clearly she has never been shopping at a grocery store. There are quart-sized and ...
... in panic, leaving the stricken behind; 17 of the 40 treating physicians died. Victims were buried in mass graves; a monument erected in 1852. The monument does not mark the actual locations of the victim’s graves, however, but reminds the viewer of their fate.
We didn’t know the process for making concrete markers in the 1940’s though; research was needed to explain a strange ...