Inn at City Park
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... the different houses. Day 2 was a little different, just because they have narrowed their numbers and really try to talk to you in more detail. The food was also better today; I got a little wrap! I made sure to eat as much as possible on the houses I knew I wouldn't join. I mean it's a long day and I was hungry!
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... through this same rental car agency, and no one showed up to deliver the car on the day she arrived.
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So, all ended well and we are already planning our next adventure!
... dominating downriver through the white caps. It was a perfect beginning to our first day/night outdoors. We arrived at camp at about 3pm, right on time, and settled in. Blake purchased a queen size electric blow up mattress online before the trip that we had to inflate by the car where the power was (there is no electric or running water at this campsite). We could not believe how massive this mattress was! It took a few tries to get ...
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