The Club Continental Suites
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- Tennis Court
- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... Concert by Barbara MacGregor. The church and the music were beautiful.
We had a nice lunch and we were off again to see what else we had time to see. Pat and I found the house of wax. That, I must say, was most interesting and many other words I could use to tell about it. The figures looks so real but the touch is cold and like touching a dead person. Pat was paying for her ticket and on side of her was this man it loked like he was ...
... it is to meet other people and to find out just how close we live to one another and even know some of the same people.
... and the lights on the river was glistening and was so pretty. There were other tour groups in the restaurant, one group was from Munro, Louisiana another group was from St. Francisville, Louisiana. We will meet up with those two groups again on Thursday night when we go to a a banquet. I am sure that we will have a lot of fun on that night because with those two groups group we're already to party, after all we're from Louisiana. And like I said you ...
... speaks better english than Maxi which has come in handy on occasion. His son Franco is a typical three year old except he speaks bits and pieces of English and Italian. He's highly susceptible to caffeine and sugar and wants to be sure you know he's there. There's a pool and two yellow labs out front and my guest room has amazing views of Parana from a nearby hilltop where Maxi built his home. All in all I couldn't have asked for ...
A dear friend and mentor gave me a beautiful travel journal with an inscription of the poem "Ithaca" by C. P. Cavafy on the first page. What a wonderful poem about traveling! I wanted to share it with everyone. Here it is:
"When you start on your journey to Ithaca,
then pray that the road is long,
full of adventure, full of knowledge.
Do not fear the Lestrygonians
and the Cyclopes and the angry Poseidon.
You will ...