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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... the avid traveler, warned me not to drag my worn out wheelie suitcases through the airports on a long trip like this. Hard side spinners are the only way to go, and be sure to buy bright colors for easy spotting in the airport baggage areas. So what do you think of these? Bright enough? And so Caribbean! I also found on line a carry-on regulation size wheelie shopping tote with style (Olympia) to carry ...
... a great store and a great tour of their factory...making chocolates, caramel corn, cookies, pears and putting it all into gift baskets. 1600 employees..up to 8000 at Christmas time.
Then we hit a few places recommended by my high school friend, Pegi. First to Si Casa Flores for some great Mexican food...got a doggie bag filled with more than we ate ...
... 8217;s historical plays, which culminate, of course, in Richard III.
Single-gender cast...with one exception
Similarly to in Shakespeare’s time, The Two Gentlemen of Verona was performed with a single-gender cast. Only this time, instead of an entirely male crew, all the players were women. The actresses did an incredible job rendering all things manly; the ways in which they placed a ...
... therefore, was Columbia about 80 miles south of Coloma where, in 1850, Dr Thaddeus Hildreth and fellow miners, on their way back to their own claim, did some panning when they stopped to dry their clothes. They found gold and, within weeks over 4,000 miners came from all over the world, living in tents and simple wooden huts, then permanent wooden homes. Permanent, that is, until ...
... by bicycle is a small world. Justin, Ben and Matt, are all heading towards Bend, OR and then to turn northeast and head for Glacier NP, just like me. They had been "dogging" my tracks for days all the way from Folsom, as they had started 2 days earlier in SF. So after consulting with "my benefactor" they stayed with us too. It was a great evening sharing stories of our travels and finding out that Wyatt had travelled all over from Alaska to ...