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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking rooms
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Free local calls
- Family rooms
- Extended stay
- Drycleaning onsite
- Room service
- Meal plan
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It is great to travel, but it there is something special about returning home. My last days in Orleans, France were magical. I cannot wait to share my memories and experiences with my classes, friends, and family. Thanks for reading my first travel ...
The ferry runs on a schedule 24 hours. It's not really the most efficient way to get to Chippokes because the back roads are usually faster but it's fun for the kids. When we left our campground to go home north on the ferry, the line was so backed up that we figured it would be an hour and a half wait so we went home the regular way. However, ...
Not too far from the park was a pick your own farm. The boys had a great time picking strawberries. It was plentiful and very easy for the kids. We picked 4 quarts and paid $9.00 for it. You could also purchase 1 quart for $3.00. The only downside was that they only accepted cash or check. No credit ...
... br> After photographing the snake and looking it up, it looks to be more like a northern water snake. The design was more banded than the cottonmouth. Nonetheless, northern water snakes will attack repeatedly and will excrete an anticoagulant. Does not sound fun. :-(
NOTE: I spoke with a park ranger the next day and found out that those were not horseflies--they were mayflies and they would only be around for a couple of weeks. After that, the mosquitoes move ...
Saturday, seems like it will never get here. 3 days till we leave on what is truly my greatest adventure. If you don't count rock climbing, caving, backpacking, scuba diving, and a few other odds and ends. I thank God for the life He has given me and the adventures He has allowed me to experience. maybe I should be saying this will be my longest self-supported adventure.
Packing for the trip is on hold until the arrival of my new panniers which should ...