Motel 6 Spartanburg
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... last few days have been to the bone cold. We have literally eaten our way through New Zealand. Green lipped mussels, salmon, cheese, lamb and venison and more lamb and venison. Needless to say, i'm looking forward not only to warmer climate, but also some lighter food! One thing that surprised me here is the sparkling wine. It has been delicious. We are taking two bottles with us to ...
Our experiences in Eleuthera and Turtle Cove were unique, challenging at times but unquestionably extraordinary and fulfilling. What made this trip a success and milestone among our travels? -the isolated villa on Turtle Cove with its unique, off-the-grid experience, - the abundance of sea life easily observable from the dock and - the serenity and quality time together without ...
I wanted to try out this new blog that Sunnie and I put together. I hope you don't mind, but we thought you would like to keep up with us as we travel over the next 30 days.
You may wonder, where is their first stop? It's no other place than the Motor City! That's right. We are stopping in my old stomping ground in Detroit City. ...but only for three hours.
Then off to LA. Sunnie's cousin was so nice to ...
... deserved it!
Ms. Joanne Bland; Journeys for the Soul, is another heroic figure who certainly deserves her very own street named after her as well! After all, this trooper was marching for the Movement by the time she was 10 years of age, and at age 11, she had 13 documented arrest, scars and stitches to prove she was on the battle field for her Lord, when both she and her sister crossed the Edmund Pettus Bridge 50 years earlier! In ...
... 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 ...