Arlington Motor Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... a vaudeville and silent movie house. Through the early 1980s, the Lincoln was a movie theater showing first-run films and now hosts live theatrical performances and concerts while also showcasing classic, as well as contemporary, movies year-round. The Lincoln is one of only 98 theaters in the United States that still possesses its original Wurlitzer theatre organ, which is often played prior to a show.
... unorganized person I know. Let me explain... I am very organized with the things I want to plan. Like the general "here's where I'll be and when I'll be there", but for some reason, I don't want to plan out my whole trip. I know that, like in life, plans change on you. And sometimes it's easier not to plan at all, and/or wait until the last minute. Things tend to work better that way. At least ...
What a struggle it was to get moving this morning. Felt sore, but knew that I was here because I needed to show how I, as a player, pushes through pain to show what I can do. At least I wasn't the only one who was struggling to move. I may have been one of the better feeling people. Today felt ...
... everywhere. In this backcountry no matter where you are driving there are blackberry vines, Even if you go into the towns of Sultan or Monroe, you will see these vines growing wild. We find the campsite we want and set-up. Our site is along the ...... River, we are high up so we don't have direst access to walk to the river, but we have a great view. We settle in and rest, have dinner, then decide we are going to go check out a casino about 20 miles from here. ...
... to swim *********ight was our big baseball game with the Seattle Mariners v Chicago Cubs. The mariners haven't been going so good so we weren't expecting too much but with lovely hot weather we settled into the huge stadium for what turned out to be a fantastic night of entertainment. Firstly a guitarist from Pearl Jam played the National Anthem then the game started. We were down 4-2 until the 7th innings when ...