1840s Carrollton Inn
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Breakfast Available
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
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Just as it always does, the date of my travel adventure ended up sneaking up on me and before I knew it, it was <24 hours before I had to catch my flight to Cozumel. The main reason I was so unprepared was due to the fact that I was working nonstop before my Mexican getaway in order to make up for the hours taken off (I'm saving up my PTO wisely, dammit). Anyway, usually I scope out all the best food places/bars/activities on Lonely Planet before traveling, but with with my ...
... a better night. We left in the bottom of the 11th inning -- bonus baseball -- and just learned that the Angels won in 13, 1-0. Ah well. Will had a great time, cheering along with the crown and yelling "CHARGE" every time it was appropriate. He did keep rooting for "Evan Longloria" and I kept explaining to him that Evan didn't play in every game that we go to. You can take the boy out of the Trop but you can't take the Trop out of the boy.
We got to the game late because our ...
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... from their Thanksgiving holiday. The conductor says the train is overbooked and some passengers will have to sit in the lounge/dining car. I'm glad on got on the first station in NY and got a nice window seat and a handy electrical outlet. I am set !!!! There is a nice lady sitting next to me who was visiting her fiancee in Delaware. She is going back to Meridian, MS, so we will be seat mates for quite some time.
... every lesson. We learned an assortment of essential facts related to international travel and volunteer work: what to pack in our suitcases, and how to pack those things efficiently, how to deal with culture shock, how to travel as safely as possible and what to do in case of an emergency. The mornings and afternoons were dedicated to group discussions, organized lessons, PowerPoint presentations and physical exercise. There was a finely-tuned balance between the ...