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We, Rachel Rockey, Elizabeth Rockey, Jessica Rockey, Lois Schafer, and Barbara Montoya, head up to St. Louis to work in the LORD's mission field.
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A Travel Blog entry by joemartin from St Elizabeth, Jamaica
... re-commissioning of rain water catchment tanks - This included visiting 3No disused rain water catchment tanks within the St Elizabeth Parish (Junction area) which is high up in the mountains with few houses and miles of surrounding jungle. ...
A Travel Blog entry by kaylene.kroemer from St. Elizabeth, Jamaica
... . Only patients that can tolerate intense 8-hour days of rehab can participate in Stroke Camp. For the 150,000 people in St. Elizabeth, there are 2 physiotherapists. Normally, a PT appointment would cost $50 USD in Jamaica, and 1 USD is equal to about 90 ...
A Travel Blog entry by wendy.batey from St Elizabeth, Jamaica
... as well as they could and went to town in the dingy. They were heading for the 8am church service at St John’s Anglican church, a mixture of in the memory of our ancestor Deborah Brooks and the music. Little did they know they ...
A Travel Blog entry by carpefeline from St. Petersburg, North-West Russia, Russia
... brand-new 325-meter-long palace to the Empress, her dazed courtiers, and stupefied foreign ambassadors. During Elizabeth's lifetime, the palace was famed for its lavish exterior. More than 100 kilograms of gold were used ...
A Travel Blog entry by joe-darlene from St. Petersburg, North-West Russia, Russian Federation
... Tsar's Monplaisir Palace, and then of the original Grand Palace. The estate was equally popular with Peter's granddaughter, Empress Elizabeth, who ordered the expansion of the Grand Palace and greatly extended the park and the famous system of fountains, ...
A Travel Blog entry by cpowell86 from St Kilda and Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
I get up stupidly early, well, 7:30, have breakfast, and I'm out the backpackers by 8:30. Walk down Elizabeth Street, to Flinders Street, ask where I can get a ticket for a tram out to St. Kilda as I just want to get out the city!!! the guy tells me to go ...
A Travel Blog entry by christine.stone from St. Petersburg, North-West Russia, Russia
... Winter Palace, built between 1754 and 1762, is a great example of Russian Baroque. Created for Tsarina Elizabeth, this opulent winter residence was the finest achievement of Bartolomeo Rastrelli. Through the exterior has changed little, the ...
A Travel Blog entry by carlos.quijano from Port Elizabeth, Eastern Cape, South Africa
... interesting at all. Next were Cape ST Francis, St Francis and Port St Francis. St Francis has distinctive “black and white” architecture. Picturesque and elite complete with its own golf ...
A Travel Blog entry by khillski from St. Petersburg, North-West Russia, Russian Federation
... building commissioned by Peter for Catherine in 1717, the Catherine Palace owes its awesome grandeur to their daughter, Empress Elizabeth, who chose Tsarskoe Selo as her chief summer residence. Starting in 1743, the building was reconstructed by four ...
A Travel Blog entry by pauldwade from Durban/Pt Edward/Pt St Johns/Pt Elizabeth, South Africa
... came and I was collected lunchtime by a local taxi to take me to Umtata about 90kms away to catch the BazBus to Port Elizabeth. The local taxis are like 10 year old minibuses, they look like they're going to fall apart and they usually squeeze about 15 ...
A Travel Blog entry by lroff from St. John's, Canada
... BACK BRIEFLY TO THE HOLODAY STUFF - I continued north on King's Bridge. As I reached Circular Road, New Cove Road and Elizabeth (where Canadian Tire is), I realized that the roads up from downtown are in a sort of fan shape while the crossroads follow ...
A Travel Blog entry by sarahliz from Port Elizabeth, South Africa
Long day on the Baz Bus and overnight stop in Port Elizabeth. Didn't have as much time as I'd hoped to get to Cape Town so in a rush. Spent too long in Port St ...
A Travel Blog entry by barbo from St Petersburg, Russian Federation
... Russia's favorite poet, who studied there in 1937). We visited the palaces and parks that were created under Empresses Elizabeth and Catherine the Great between 1744 and 1796. Catherine's Palace (named for Peter the Great's widow - Catherine ...
A Travel Blog entry by ruthena from St. Petersburg, North-West Russia, Russian Federation
... Leaving there we drove about 1/2 hour to Tsarskoye Selo which is the Catherine Palace - a massive palace created by Empress Elizabeth Petrovna, but originally was much smaller and presented to Catherine by Peter the Great, and Elizabeth was their ...
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590 Van Horne St. South, Cranbrook, British Columbia, Canada
A Canadian Alpine Lodge located at the south entrance to Cranbrook, adjacent to Elizabeth Lake Conservation area. Try our history of Kootenays mini golf course or enjoy a walk along the Marsh Trail. The lodge features the finest king and queen beds in ...Traveler Rating
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333 South Seton Avenue, , Emmitsburg, Maryland, United States80 reviews
Shrine that was built in 1965 in anticipation of the canonization of Elizabeth Ann Seton (1809-1821.)