Regency Inn Augusta
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Long-sleeved red shirt
Long-sleeved white t-shirt (for farm work)
Black t-shirt (for farmwork)
three pairs of socks and underwear each
Slip-on flats walking shoes
... that night in the aforementioned Mexican\Sushi restaurant. Katy and Willie were awesome hosts as have all of Leslie's friends been on this trip. Katy had this thing called "work" that she had to go to the next morning and Willie had a polo game to play so we had to call it a night eventually.
See you tomorrow for my first every polo game!
Got up at 6:00 AM. Returned rental car. Making our way to Myrtle Beach to celebrate Great Grandbaby Miles 1st birthday on September 15th. Little MP3, ( Miles Phillip Crovitz III.) Celebrating Emily Suzette Brasher's 12th birthday on September 14th. Duane ...
... for. I wanted beef. He found beef on the menu but wasn't quite sure how it was prepared. He didn't recognize this one word, but it would come with gravy. He ordered for both of us, and when the food was delivered he realized that one word was an important one! To this day he enjoys telling the story a little too much about how he almost killed his wife by translating a menu wrong on our honeymoon.
Spanish, French, Italian, Greek, and Turkish ...
... or spitting camels with attitudes on this trip. At first we were disappointed, but we found a different trip—a better trip! This trip packed the spaces between Athens and Rome with ports in the best of Italy. It added Barcelona and some Gaudi creations at the beginning to raise the bar. It threw in a little France for fun and added the unexpected treasures of Turkey. And all of this will ...