Best Western Royal Park
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... our bags was a breeze. The security lines were short & efficient. So here we sit waiting for a plane that looks to be on time. Now if God will continue to bless us the rest of the day, we should arrive in Manchester, NH after 11 & get to our hotel by midnight. We've made it to Baltimore & are sitting down to dinner at the Silver Diner for dinner. We weren't too ...
We left Circle 9 Ranch Campground, Epsom, after a relaxing summer spending time with family, which, by the way, grew by four. Our daughter, Jessica, married her favorite guy, Stephen Marshall, and in the process, we gained a son-in-law, a super guy with a big heart and his two daughters, Brianna and Haley. Rounding out the growing family is, of course, the littlest member, Brayleigh Lynn. ...
... Anyway, when we finally got checked in at the airport, we headed to security. If you thought that the airport would be calm and the line for security check short at 10 pm on a Tuesday, you'd be wrong!! We have never seen such a looong line for anything outside of Disneyland. For whatev er reason, this time there was no shortcut for handicapped passengers. As you probably would've guessed, TSA finds Joe highly suspect and always gives him a very thorough ...
August 4, 2015
We finally left West Eaton around 1 p.m. Buddy had to change the oil in the truck, put new brakes on, load all of the mechanical stuff and the motorcycle, and check and recheck his lists. Although we had directions for travel on highways, we opted to take the more scenic routes through the villages and the parks of New ...
... I didn't think much of it at first, as the snow started to cover the boulders, and then stick to the road. Our bus driver didn't seem the least bit worried, and we pushed along as the snow came down steadily. To get to the Spiti Valley, we needed to go over the Kunzum pass, at 4550 m (15,000 ft). As we began to climb up the steep road, drivers coming in the other direction warned us to turn back, but our driver just joked ...