A Victory Inn & Suites
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... cabin, 30 for hotel
Rafting - 65
Jimmy Johns - 15
Tubing - 12
Gem mining - 20
Horseback riding - 90+20 tip
Groceries - 15
Groceries - 5
Fishing - 6
Wonderworks - 78
The Diner - 45
KFC - 15
Total - $1226
Activities - $291
Food - 255
Gas - $250
Cost per day: $136 (9 ...
... did stuff in the surrounding forests.
We really have enjoyed our stay here. All the places we chose to rent things from were fabulous.
The plan was to leave Saturday morning at 7am. We ended up leaving about 7:45am (I blame the Lys!). We used walkie talkies to stay in touch between our 2 vehicles which worked out pretty well when we lost cell signal in the mountains (plus the Lys don't have a ...
I'm thinking of you, Cia! I'm on my 14 1/2 hour flight from Detroit to Shanghai...I haven't tried the headphones, yet...wish me luck! That's why we bonded so well last year, remember? Of course the seat next to me this time is empty...what is that all about. Lucky or unlucky me??? Should I buy a bottle of duty free vodka on the plane??? We were so newbies last year. Ha! Just announced if you are going on another flight don't buy any duty free liquids! They will ...
Among them were Ernie and Kerry DeCarlo. I met Kerry in the lobby where she walked up to hear the Australian accent. But she didn't think there was an accent!
Kerry is an Australian who's married to an American, they live six months of each year in each country. "I just want to hear someone talk without an accent!" she said. We had a long chat before it was time to go in.
Food was on offer and I put my plate down at a table where a sister ...
... cars, of course, but much more than that. The biggest railway locomotive I've ever seen, an incredible 600-ton steam loco that saw service just before diesel took over. Farming equipment, aircraft, the car in which Kennedy was killed, engineering machinery, generators and hydro-electric plants, lots more brothers and sisters.
After we had something to eat, which ...