1. What is one place you make sure to take out-of-town guests when they visit? We drive them by Dexter Avenue Baptist Church (an important church during the American Civil Rights Movement) and take them to the Rosa Parks Museum if we have the time. You just can’t visit this town without seeing those places—extremely crucial parts of our history.(Image: Dexter Ave. Baptist Church via Wikipedia under the GNU Free Documentation License)
2. When visiting another city or town, do you try to cram as much in as possible, or take it slow and easy? Slow and easy.
3. When traveling, where are we most likely to find you: strolling through a museum, checking out the local shopping, or _? On the beach, heh.
4. Do you like organized tours and/or carefully planned itineraries, or would you rather strike out and just see what happens? We do a little of both. I usually research (heh, my passion) where we are going to find the sites we really want to see. But mostly, we sleep in (if we are without the kids), relax on a beach (our destination of choice either way) and stop when we see something interesting.
5. After an extended trip, what do you find yourself craving most about home? My bed. And routine.
So Paul took his stand in the open space at the Areopagus and laid it out for them: "I'm here to introduce you to this God.... He doesn't play hide-and-seek with us. He's not remote; he's near. We live and move in him, can't get away from him!" ~Acts 17