Fairfax Inn Bed and Breakfast
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... to an electric light falling into it :( poor Owen was so brave and accepted it like a champ. I feel really bad though as he hasn't been since we've been here as we were too late home yesterday :( Off to Yosemite tomorrow which will be a super long day, getting picked up at 6:30am :O and won't be back until about 7:30pm (so no swimming again) Best get to sleep now else we won't make the coach tomorrow! ...
... a schedule for the entire trip – Making a schedule for the entire trip is very important when you are combining a business trip with a family vacation. Let your family know that you will be busy for few hours in the day and then you can join them for the rest of the day. It is good if the trip is planned in such a way so that you have the weekend in hand. This will give ample time to spend with ...
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The people here are crazy friendly - and want to know all about us and our trip. Everyone who has found out we go to Yosemite, say it's absolutely beautiful, and show us their personal photos. #GetPumped.
Our day began with a 4am rise. We both managed to awaken our weary bodies and head down to the restaurant for brekkie at 4.30am Our first adventure of the day was our helicopter journey over the Grand Canyon, lake Mead and the magical mountain ranges. Our journey began with a 25 minute ride out to boulder city airport. This tour would see us spending time in Arizona and Nevada as the helicopter went on either side of the Grand Canyon. Our pilot was wonderful, and gave us ...
... and then make their escape under cover of darkness. A postcard arrived at the prison several months after their escape, saying, "Haha, we made it!" It was signed by the three men, but written in childish handwriting, so the authorities will not use it as evidence. Their families claim that they made it and their bodies were never found, but there have been no official sightings of the men since. People believe they may have escaped to South America, since they were all ...