BEST WESTERN PLUS Gateway Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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Had breakfast with our friends from Pinellas County after a good sleep. Larry's Sausage/egg casserole was tasty. We are treated like royalty here with good food, excellent accommodations and speciality beer in the fridge. Could you ask for more?
The girls went to the Denver Botanic Gardens where there was an Chihuly Glass exhibit. They really ...
... through the desert. Why would you build a house there? A casino with no other buildings in sight. And then another casino. Shacks surrounded by scores of ancient trucks just rusting away. And so it went on and on but it's so fascinating that the time just flies.
We had booked our dinner table for 19.30. Joining us and Paul on our table was an oldish American guy who turned out to be a truck driver who transports all sorts of goods across the States. ...
It's the start that stops most people We live in a wonderful world that is full of beauty, charm, and adventure. There is no end to the adventures we can have if we only seek them with our eyes open. -Jawaharal Nehru Wandering re-established the original harmony that once existed between man and the universe. - Anatole France A good traveler has no ...
... an excellent view of the Grand Teton National Park and Bridger-Teton Forest. Flight attendants provide another snack and beverage service and one hour later, we arrive in Denver. We reach the gate about 30 minutes late and many passengers sprint off the plane in hopes of making their connecting flights.
The flight arrives at ...
I was born into a Catholic family in Texas where religion is not in short supply. Moreover, my parents both come from Louisiana, an area so religious that the state is divided into parishes rather than counties. What I'm getting at here is that my religion was always something that was very apparent in my life, so much so that it seemed to form a sort of foundation for everything; God was always the reason for ...