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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... Luke is what I would call a travel hazard. No one leaves our plane with out knowing who is he is. Perhaps it is the banging of his head on the window, or pinching legs of sleeping passengers, or running down the aisles through the first class division screaming NO that alerts passengers of his presence. If one was able to miss Luke's shena****ns they can simply look at me and come to the quick conclusion that ...
... both my Dad and I, but we got over pretty quickly when we found the graveyard of machine parts that contained that big boiler I mentioned before.
The half way point was further up Opal Creek where we were to come across a sort of landmark and reason why this trail is so popular (there were tons of people there with us). Opal Creek is this pool whose surface stands completely still unless disturbed by an outside force. You can see clear down to ...
... upscale Goodwill store—It feels like an upscale consignment shop, and didn’t find anything I liked or could afford! I did get 6 pair of trouser socks—for $4. A good buy and just what I needed for our trip this fall. Back home after at least 2½ mile walk; uphill coming back! It turned out so nice that I put my jacket into my pack—beautiful weather!! The cats were glad to see me. I fed them and me and thought about the hot tub, but ...
... passed by a vehicle with 49ers fans destined for the big ball game in Seattle this afternoon.
Traffic on I-5 certainly heavier than I would expect for a Sunday noon. We stopped at rest area about 90 miles into Washington and the atmosphere spilled out from the vehicles with people sporting ...
... 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 ...