H. S. Clay House B & B and Guest Cottaage
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... as it should. Today it refused to start on 2 occasions until I played with the ignition a bit. The electrical system seems to go completely dead with no power to the dash or ignition. I got it to a Ford dealer in Hermann MO and ended up walking a couple of blocks to spend the night in the Hermann Motel. Hopefully they can get it fixed tomorrow.
On May 25th the ...
... by a SLS member, in came Australia. Advance Australia Fair (their anthem) was played. Then the Star spangled banner played, and then the rotary flag was presented. I can't sing, and our anthem is notoriously hard to sing I think. But my Aussie mates think it was more loudly sung than their anthem was. After the session there was The Great Aussie BBQ in Cathy Freeman Park. We all got a sausage (like a bratwurst, but long and skinny like a hot dog) served on a ...
... guess that could happen since Bilbo said he couldn't see anything..Then Bilbo said that Gollum kept running and Bilbo followed and it was they way out. What really surprised me its how he got passed the guards..He told us he just dodged them. This is hard to believe but Bilbo's out so i guess its true. Also he said he was so relived he found us because he was gonna go look for us in the ...
... it yourself at the table. After dinne, we went to a a very interesting bar which was based off a saloon from the old west and where Vietnamese bands sing American rock songs. After a few drinks there we headed to backpacker bars for cheap drinks and then back to the hotel. Wednesday, June 26, Day 17, Last Day: On our last day in Vietnam we were taken on a our of the Cu Chi tunnels, 50 km away from Ho Chi Minh City. These tunnels are where the civilians ...
Fireflies! Yes, for the first time in our lives,(neophytes that we are),we see fireflies through the open flap in our tent. Scott is beside himself with excitement!
We arrived at Steamboat Junction at dark last night. Clean showers in unique and uber clean little huts and rest rooms. Not another soul in sight. Everything seems to be on the honor system. We couldn't find any check in system, but there was a sign saying there were sodas and goodies ...