Best Western Americana Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Outdoor pool
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... by eight gardens. We bought a 7-day pass for $55 each that allowed us to visit all of the museums, and went to the park several times. All of the museums were fairly small and none of them would took more than 90 minutes to see, so we visited about 10 of them. Our favorite was probably the Railroad Museum. It had a half a dozen layouts with over 100 miles of scale track in replicas of the California countryside. Some sections were still being built up ...
... host club was short of a few players so Jareb and Ethan jumped at the chance to play in an American team.
Game 5 - Xavier High School - 57-5
We had targeted this as a key game for us as Xavier was a regular rival with Jesuit for the best rugby school in the USA.
The boys pre-game preparation was outstanding and the coaches felt they were set to step up another level.
They were and they did. The crowd were treated to ...
... Museum. It tells the history of aviation from the time of Da Vinci and the contributions of individuals over hundreds of years until flight began. From that point it takes you through the 20th Century with displays of many early to modern aircraft to the space program including the command module of the Apollo 9. This was a very interesting museum that is well worth a visit for anyone with some interest in the field.
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... an adjustment, and not just the time change. Life moves so much faster here in the States, and we had grown to love the slow pace of Ireland. The hills here are brown and dry, we miss the emerald green rolling hills and flowing pastures of sheep and cattle. We were in Arizona recently and saw a tractor driving down a road, it made us long for the small narrow lanes of Ireland. Cities are so large and bustling, the buildings seemingly so new ...
... the city for one night has made me long for the mountains again. My heart lies with the peaceful essence of nature, not with the hustle and bustle of vibrant city life. The traffic is crazy, with eight lane freeways, and traffic jams at all hours of the day. There are so many people everywhere I turn that it seems as though you would never be able to just “get away” from it all. While it’s nice to visit and see a new place, I know I could ...