Cedar Rock Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... after which we got a little confused again, basically going 'off road' onto a gravel road in the middle of nowhere, not recognised on my phone, and the sat nav leading us along here, but it often thinking we are somewhere else I'm sure. At the end of this dirt track with our dust trail behind us. we reached E150 and had to turn and head towards Afton. There were no signs of accommodations in any of these little townships. Having had to make up some more time for ...
... stagehands, so it made it go up easily.
I was actually shocked today by something that happened. I was pulled aside by Rick Allen in order to talk about PTSD effects. He was having an off day and needed someone to confide in. It was really nice to be the one he sought out. I never expected to make an impact on his life when I was selected for this ...
... mahi-mahi, and tuna. It was wonderful...not sure when we have had better. Yum!
From the restaurant we headed to the Hard Rock. We are here a couple of hours before we need to be but we figured it would be easier to just set up in the back of a parking lot, run the generator to keep cool, and spend a low key afternoon. After while we will get cleaned up and dress up before walking over to the casino for supper and the show. This way we can ...
... of the box, and walked back into the house with them. Enough said! This stop was for you too!
The information in the brochure says it all: "It all began in a one room cabin on the Prairie...It is just a simple one room cabin on the prairie. But the prairie with it's open skies, seemingly endless horizon and tall grasses waving in the Kansas wind attracted homesteaders from the world over in the late Nineteenth Century."
"In 1869 Charles P. Ingalls and his family left ...
... Shandong Province, known as the birthplace of the greatest teacher in Chinese history, Confucius. We had the opportunity to visit his birthplace, family residence, and grave site. Along the way, the students learned more about Confucius and how his teachings still effect the Chinese culture today. In fact, his teachings are the backbone of Chinese culture and there is a resurgence in belief and reverence to ...