Best Western Royal Park
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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Today we had our fist Halloween Event. After several days of many adults slaving over sewing machines, super glue (aka "the Kragle") and lots of felt, our over excited Lego Man Emmet and extremely adorable classic Minnie Mouse Or "Mouse" came to life. Roscoe and Gwen loved their costumes and I think they turned out ...
... a mechanical bull, which is about all I cared about. I made every single person have a go and they were all flung off in fairly short succession. I rode like a champ and once again had to bail off the bull before it got close to turfing me. UNDEFEATED!!! (On this trip, anyway. Video of me in a dress on the mechanical bull in Manhattan does exist, but I don't own it. You'll have to beg Lonnie for that.) After that we hit an Irish ...
... MA and decided to go ahead and have an early dinner and let the local get off the road. We went to Bently's Pub in Auburn and had a good meal at a reasonable price, and, sure enough, the road situation was much improved although it was dark by this time. The ride to Manchester was quite pleasant and we arrived at the hotel about 10 pm, right on our schedule! Tomorrow we move on to Saint John, ...
... t be surprised though, I saw a crane at a construction site last week flying the American flag off it. So Dyn has a stage with all their big customer names on the wall behind it. And a flag. Just standing there. All the time.
Other weird stuff goes on, too. I was talking to the sales engineering manager this morning when something blasted past me at about 40km an hour. Bear in mind, WE'RE INDOORS. I spun around to see the back of a ...
... 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 ...