Best Western Lake Lucille Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking
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Great place to stay. No restaurant but there are plenty nearby.
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I couldn't wait to sleep, my eyes were heavy but I was it finding hard to pass out, my mind was set on all the activities ahead. After another hour I drifted off. The room was warm and comfortable and welcome.
I woke up after a short sleep. I could not wait to get breakfast have a shower and look around the cabin. The water in the creek was running and moos where running around in the far distance. The weather was warm and sunny. I couldn't ...
... that everyone would know where I got it from but she said that was 'tacky'!
I was going to stay in all day as I had my mess to sort for leaving tomorrow, plus I was cooking dinner tonight & wanted to catch up on a couple of days of the blog. I also wanted to visit the Food Pantry where Eddie works so Sheila rang Eddie as he would be coming this way for a Chamber of Commerce meeting later & could pick me up but the Pantry would be closed as it serves people ...
... was some dancing taking place by natives, they were all from different tribes. After that had finished one of the young dancers stayed to relate some native stories & legends, which I found very interesting but was conscious of the time & how much there was still to see so went to leave when an Australian lady a bit older than me approached & began talking about travelling on ones own. We chatted for ages then she asked if I was going outside to look ...
... rideable The race leaves Manang through narrow, medieval looking streets and then climbs steadily upto Khusang. Although the trail is more rideable above Khusang (3900m), the altitude now takes effect making turning those pedals very hard work. For the majority of the people from here it becomes a slow hard slog upto Thorong Phedi with an added bonus of having to cross a steep scree landslide area in the final 2km. 14 March - Day 11 - THORONG PHEDI ...
... but I have a reservation?! Oh, IF I came in on Thursday with my reservation AND you didn't have a compact, then you'd give me whatever you had for the price of a compact. .......OK, .......never mind! I'll just take the "small SUV" now and save myself the mental energy that just doesn't seem to coming with now (...lack O'sleep). ....and I had to be ready to drive on the ...