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Our last day: we're at the airport after getting up at 4:15 a.m. The day before us will consist of our flight home, defrosting our car at the Grand Forks International Airport (no plug ins at the airport and the weather network said it ranged between -35 to -51 degrees while we were gone ....wish us luck!), and driving home surrounded for the first …
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... in Britney Spears 'The piece of me' tour at our hotel and all us four girls went. Myself and Nicole were so super duper excited. She was such a good performer and i haven't been in a crowd that has been so excited to see who they paid for. It was the best atmosphere and the only downside was everyone kept standing for her songs so we stood most of the night. If we had known we would have bought standing seats or worn flats. Even if she didn't sing she put on a great show and we were ...
... once again - the wind started back up with a vengence... as I came through the mountains & canyons just before San Diego, it was really whipping... strangely enough, it would be hitting you on one side, then you would round a curve and it would slam you from the opposite - - this kept you on pins-and-needles all the way because you never know when you you were going to get blasted, or from which side, to be able to react ...
The place: Red Rock Canyon National Reserve Area.
The plan: two enthusiastic, Canadian prairie folk hike a trail - the Keystone Thrust trail,
The result: well, it was billed as a 'breath-taking scenic trail' and indeed the white limestone and red sandstone were extraordinary but the only 'breath-taking' came as a result of the thin air: we had to TAKE about 17 pit stops to catch our BREATH!
At the half way point of the trail, a casual idle chat with a ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsArizona Charlie's Decatur Las Vegas
So, we found this gem from Hotwire.com. We named our own price and got this hotel for 40 bucks a night. Well, my friends, that was 40 bucks too much. It was WAY off the strip and in the ghetto!!! The hotel itself had zero ventilation, making the already smokey hotel seem smokier. The front desk staff were super nice and helpful but even their friendly attitudes couldnt mask the dirty, old room. The sheets had stains, and the walls were so thin, we could here our neighbors conversations. My husband and I only stayed for an hour and decided to check out because there was no way we could sleep on those sheets. Hotwire, you have failed us!!!
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