BEST WESTERN PLUS Bandana Square
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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Day 24 On the drive to the airport the park was splendid - their was a low mist over the geyser areas, and on the rivers a mist was rising - it was magical. Then to top it off we were delayed by a bison who was walking down the road as if he owned it - we tagged along behind him until he was ready to leave the road. We flew from ...
... times they came around. I bought a few but didn't have much luck and neither did my uncle. But of course, lucky David won! He picked out 5 packages of 1lb ground beef! It was pretty exciting to have a winner amongst us :) Bingo started a bit later and for $1 a game we thought why not. And of course a few games in David won! $52 was the winning total which was exciting to have some spending money for our trip. ...
... watched The Great Gatsby, then chilled out with Delta's surprisingly decent music collection. ..... Montpellier! In our hotel for this first night, orientation tomorrow, and I'll be in my apartment by 4. My shower expelled the last bit of energy I needed to remain vertical, so Sarah, Julie, and I are going to watch Frozen in an attempt to stay awake until the sun actually sets. I definitely don't want to have to go through everything tomorrow as exhausted as I have been today. ...
... beat them and have enough time, I will pick up the rental car, check in at our bed-and-breakfast, and then come back to the airport and get them. So we'll see which route is the quickest today! (Later in the day....) The answer to the "race" question is: I won, but not the way I would have liked. We spent over 45 minutes on the ground due to a "message that just popped up" as stated across the intercom by the Captain of the Delta flight to Anchorage, but he was working (via ...
... if the US had converted to the metric system while we had been away. But after 100 miles, when we were just reaching the outskirts of Tucson, the signs doubled up – some measuring in kilometers and others in miles. Then when we entered Tucson, it switched to all in miles. We were in the US for sure. The next two weeks consisted of getting insurance for the Monja for the time while she was in the states, trying to sell her, and spending ...