BEST WESTERN PLUS Prairie Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... that served as ANOTHER time waster. Our desserts arrived at 3:53 and were PROMPLY demolished by 3:59. We carried our check out and paid the front staff. Back on the road at 4:15. Wow. We had planned another hike up to a falls above Multnomah, but given the time, there was no way we’d be able to finish the hike (it had a fairly moderate elevation gain, well above the girls threshold which has been well documented so far this ...
... in Tanzania called Hostel Hoff. It was started by a woman who originally volunteered with a large international volunteer corporation, and she was disappointed with the company, since barely any of her money paid to them actually went to the very people she was aiming to help. (For those who have looked into volunteering abroad, you know the fees can be quite astronomical, and include "admin" fees and other hidden costs.) At Hostel Hoff you pay for ...
... to stop at as all kinds of huge equipment was on the move from field to field.
Coming upon any obstacle on the road is always alarming, but more so on a bike the risk of losing control is so much higher. At first, I thought the crops were so thick that they overflowed onto the field but after crossing the road I saw that someone had lost the hay bales from their truck or ...
... and later time. We went to the shower at the church at the real time, and it was pretty fun. Clara, Leila, and Melva did end up coming, but only for a short while. Dad made us come to St. Vinnie's to look at, and get, a tennis racket and a walker for camping shelves. We all came home, and Grandma and Grandpa were there. We had a light supper, and went to ...
... Water is scarce. Very little technology or mechanization is available, only automobiles and a handful of small tractors. Most people walk. Hundreds of people were walking on the roadside. Many of these were women, dressed in colorful traditional clothing with large packages or baskets on their heads. Men and women were using hand hoes to till the ground of small fields and millet was spread by hand on canvas to dry. The people were friendly, ...