BEST WESTERN Airport Plaza Hotel
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Walked the walk again. James's place was very dry - usually 7-8 inches of rain a year, very little snow but probably less this year. However, this makes for great sunny days everyday!
William showed us his drone and put it through its paces, took photos from a great height.
Then we went to look at RVs again, for Peta and William. Back to assist in the installing of a new fridge, then more shopping before a final family dinner, sitting outside with fantastic ...
... be traveled in one day. Included in each 300 mile section are mileages to towns, fueling stations, RV parks, restaurants and sights to see along the way. Another useful brochure is The Ultimate Road Trip published by http://www.northtoalaska.com.
Each Canadian Province or Territory that we are traveling through offer colorful brochures that highlight the best in each of them. We've also done quite of bit ...
If you don't have to be in a set place at a set time, this kind of travel is relatively cheap and saves you driving. But the pitfalls are the ones nature throws into the mix!
When we booked this train ride from Chicago to Reno, we were slightly horrified at having to get a train at 11.30pm. Even more aghast when we received an email that due to work being done in the Rockies, the time would now be 2am.
Ha I hear you say. Yep when we rang to check it ...
... progressed round the village with some holes being a challenge and some not. I think that JJ won with the highest score.
After the golf it was time for a jacuzzi and then tea. The rain came briefly while we were in the water, but it soon passed and we are having a red sunset as I type this.
Tomorrow we are heading off on the train, and it does not have wi-fi, so the blog will have to be missed for a few days until we either change trains at Chicago or reach New ...
I'm in Reno, the biggest little city in the world! It's a smaller, calmer and rough around the edges version of Vegas. Casino **** everywhere and massive hotel complexes, but not as Disney as Vegas. This time I got into the buffets, ate my body weight in goodies, and spent a lot of time wandering around the complex getting lost and doing my own head in looking at all the bright lights. My hotel was attached to Silver Legacy and Circus Circus, you can walk between all ...