AmericInn Lodge & Suites Green Bay West
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... guide because ANYONE can review. Honestly, I want ordinary people like me talking about this stuff, and not always someone who has been to these countries a million times and has the capacity to return at any time. Don't get me wrong. RS guides are very good, but don't think they are necessarily the be-all, end-all to travel guides.
Here's an example of where of ...
... plants up here may have something to do with this very industrial looking environment. Back to our hotel and we have been warned there is a storm heading our way, a severe weather warning, hail & rain storm 100 MPH winds expected ..........however much to David's disappointment it was only a " storm in a teacup" it came and went .......not at all what they were suggesting ...
... I saw this place on a site of "Limerick's 50 Things to Do," and because Jen and I both love roller skating, we can't pass this up. Roller Jam has an awesome Facebook page and open skate times with skate rentals included. They also serve wine....
Cliffs of Moher: Pronounced "more," this is Ireland's most visited ...
Lambeau Field, home of the Green Bay Packers, is the longest tenured stadium in the National Football League. Built in 1957, seating capacity has expanded over the years from 32,150 to its current 79,928. Dedicated as City Stadium on Sept. 29, 1957, the ...
My colleague/friend, Jen, rang me earlier in the summer that one of her doctoral studies papers was accepted to a conference in Ireland.
"You should come with me," she said. "I'd rather not go alone."
Gosh, I only thought of a million reasons I shouldn't go. Money, time, just got back from a trip from Iceland....but I could also think of a few ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility