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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... very soft. The view sat on the beach was amazing. Led there sunbathing I felt so happy and relaxed . After a good hour sunbathing I fancied a drink so me Danielle and Claire headed for the sunset beach bar. The bar man reminded me of quagmire off family guy with his Hawaiian shirt, sunglasses on and his perverted attitude, making squirty cream penises on drinks and getting the girls to lick them off. I ordered a ...
MORNING!!! Early start today being collected for a 3 day Yosemite and Lake Tahoe adventure!!! Met Mike the tour leader who questioned why we were so early when we didn't need to be ready until 8am and we rocked up at 7am! (thanks Trek America for that info!) oops! Fortunately, it meant we could get out free hostel breakfast (cracking hostel) I wolfed down 2 bagels and dad experienced cinnamon loaf for the first time, it all tasted better because it was free!! Piled onto the ...
... People along the parade route waved their American flags and cheered to the veterans from various wars. It was very touching to see. Comstock Gold Mining Company was one of the mines. Some were open pits and others had mine shafts over 3000 ' deep. Because of the extremely hot and horrible conditions in these mines, miners were paid an unusual high salary of $4.00 a day; most miners in other areas only made a $1.00 a ...
... Yep, it was a lake. A bloody massive one! As much as I bugged Cam he would not get in the damn thing, and I thought he liked swimming in lakes.. turns out it wasn't the 'right' kind of lake.
When we checked in to the hotel, we found out that we had been upgraded to a suite! Woo-hoo!!! Second upgrade - lets hope that this one is a little better than the last (remember Puerto Madryn). Score, we had an oven and ...
... on and off for ten years, but the cold was getting to him, at 76 years old, and they wanted to relocate closer to family. At first glance, the town appears a little destitute, with a proliferation of modular and trailers exposed by the lack of trees and bushes, but then you pull into their little oasis of manicured Russian Olive trees, fruit trees, strawberries, weedless grounds of packed sand, a freshly painted house with a big welcoming ...