Red Carpet Inn Greensboro
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... For menu, we do have ขนมจี$ 09; แกงเข$ 37;ยวหวา& #3609;ไก่, กุ้งผ$ 33;ดผงกร& ...
... Hepatitis A, and typhoid fever are common, as is dengue fever, malaria, and leptospirosis.
This country, though beautiful in appearance—picturesque, even—is overwhelmed by crime, poverty, and severe malnourishment.
Spanish is the most widely spoken language in Guatemala. With 93 percent of its residents communicating in this language, we encourage you to have fun practicing and using it while visiting.
... us about 5 hours to get home. I drove most of the way until I just could not keep my eyes open any longer. Josh drove us home from Charlotte. We got in about 11:00 pm.
It was a long day of travel but everything went well. The Lord has been so good to us. It has been such a great trip. We have seen so many things and learned so much. I am so proud of ...
... up. But now it's my turn and I have six glorious weeks ahead of me!
Getting ready for this trip has turned a little bitterweet, and I think all of us are a little nervous heading into our week due to the tragedy that occurred with the Jamaica trip less than a week ago. But even more than that we are so thankful that our trip was not cancelled and are more determined than ever to go into Guatemala and serve our Lord and carry on ...
... fiddles displayed in front of several of the shops. Each had its own theme and was similar in fashion to what other towns have done with horses, bears and other statues. I took a photo of one that was decorated with, among other things, Sheriff Andy of Mayberry.
When we got to the end of Main Street we crossed the street and encountered The Snappy Lunch and Floyd’s City Barber Shop. The Snappy Lunch was opened in 1923 and is still in ...