Americas Best Value Inn West Columbia
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... great variety of different types of food from
appetizers all the way to glamburgers and dessert. The best part was that you
could order anything you wanted, nothing was coming out of your own pocket. But
just be reasonable! I remembered I ordered the South Fried Catfish that comes
with steamed green beans, buttered corn, mashed potatoes, onions and a nice
size catfish. In addition, I also got a ceasar salad and a lemonade. I was full
by the time I’ve ...
... come together in one small space. It is a great place to get to know people. I'm not saying you should start up a conversation, but listen to the ones around you. It's amazing what you might hear. Also, if you end up sitting next to a talker, don't get annoyed and tune them out. I've had some of the most interesting conversations of my life with plane talkers.
Here's to a six hour travel day and finally being where I now call home.
... br> (museums, western heritage sculptures of cowboys, indians, rodeo themes, state
capitol); Larimer square (a shopping district with restored buildings of the Civil War period. It is a major entertainment district with art
galleries, restaurants, and gas lamps); 16th Street Mall (a European-style pedestrian only area in the city center with
shady trees, flowerbeds and park benches. Numerous people show up here every
day to play checkers, ...
So, the campground was a hot mess last night and sleeping was a hit-or-miss proposition. Some folks in the tent area didn't arrive until 10:30 or 11pm, and I don’t envy them trying to set up in the dark. I wish they hadn’t stayed up till 2am drinking and carrying-on, though. I got up around 6:30 – it was still dark – and was packed up and out by 7am (I showered ...
... on are travels but in comparison to some third world countries it was like the ritz, and I can hardly pass judgment on a place I didn't even set foot in, only drive through, after all, many cities have poorer outer districts but it was the feel that I got. All American cities love sky scrapers, there's more Starbucks coffee shops than bicycles in Beijing, ...