Super 8 Hudson
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... sq ft of floor space or 96 acres! Six roller coasters/amusement rides, miniature golf, an aquarium, Ferris wheel and more. A connected hotel, movie theaters, numerous restaurants and food courts. It is huge and Grace really liked it. We circled all three levels of the mall and then found a restaurant for a light dinner before returning to our hotel. One more day and then we head for home. Good ...
... Brazil just a year ago and was perfect as a host. We spent the afternoon with him and ended up at a bar with the local Rotaract club.
Friday was our last presentation at a noon meeting for Prague International Rotary Club. This was an English speaking club in Prague. Many guests were present, including our GSE team, family members, a couple from Santa Barbara, and a group of 5 Rotarians from Scotland. I was especially happy ...
... the above is done, get some rest so you're fresh for tomorrow!
6. In the morning follow these simple steps:
-Put on clothes (which you've already laid out)
-Do last minute things like brushing teeth etc and put in bag.
-Grab neatly packed luggage and carry-on and head to the airport!
7. Once inside the airport and waiting at your terminal, pat yourself on the back. You just avoided a nervous breakdown (:
8. Have a great trip!
... proud of myself actually. It’s going to be great knowing that all of the stuff that I own will fit in two Rubbermaid containers. That may sound really strange to some people but I am telling you, it’s freeing.
I am so excited, and lucky, to be able to spend three weeks in Kailua with my parents before I leave!! I know they will come and visit me while I am serving but it’s going to be great being ...
... but if you do, sooner rather than later so you are still young
when the kids leave the house.' Or with lifestyle properties, its really a "life sucker property." You don't make money off of it and there is constant need to work around the house and property to maintain it. Sounds like "work farms" on the lakes many people have in the states. I'll take all the advice with a grain of
salt, but some is quite helpful.
I came to NZ with the plan to ...