La Quinta Inn Auburn Worcester
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... a lot to pull us up to other rocks. It was a great workout! At about halfway up we still had a decent view as we were under the clouds so we stopped, caught our breaths and had some granola bars. As we got higher it got wetter and a little more difficult to get up the rocks. It was slow going but still really fun and felt like an adventure. Concentrating on getting from rock to rock made us forget how much work we were doing. When we got to the top we knew ...
... let it go (which was one of the hardest things to do as I knew they were wrong and wanted to be proved right- a sure sign I had a lot of "inner" work to do). So I began another shedding of my skin and decided to move to San Diego after only having been there once with a friend who had lived in LA. Finally I was somewhere that no one new about my past so I felt like I could re-invent myself and escape what I perceived was holding me back from moving ...
... sip. I then moved on to the onion soup and then the steak frites and then finished the meal with the chocolate beignets.
Saturday I was out the door by 7:15am and on my way to Norma’s at Le Parker Meridien Hotel for breakfast. I didn’t make a reservation, but they open at 7:30am on weekends and since I was early I didn’t need one. Upon being seated they bring over a complementary smoothie of the day ...
We are back from Inle Lake...quite incredible and fascinating...sort of a Burmese Venice but even more interesting...the trip has been wonderful, lots to see, very friendly people and again as in former trips to Asia, everyone, natives, want to take ...
... northwest side of the pond. The first is the remains of a ditch that ran from Flint's Pond to Concord, supplying drinking water and power for grist and saw mills in town. It is still visible near the pond, although it was abandoned 35 years ago when Pine Hill Reservoir was pressurized.
Our last destination was the site of ...