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... to deny this lapse in efficiency, I searched the entire room where I "stage" everything prior to final packing. As is my habit any time something goes missing, I silently requested the assistance of St. Anthony, which has honestly always worked for me, in every instance. My search expanded to another bedroom, where I pulled out every single drawer of our dresser to make sure the bra had not lodged behind any of the drawers. With a growing sense of desperation, I entered ...
... assisting us in locating the whereabouts of our bag tracked it down and found that it had missed the flight in London and was still at Heathrow. We were told it would be delivered by courier to our house, probably the following day. It did not arrive the next day, nor the day after. I was beginning to worry when after three days we still had not received it. Visions began to cross my mind of jolly and intoxicated customs agents, "confiscating" and enjoying our missing raki in ...
... time. The heat here is different; 90 degrees in Chicago is usually extremely humid. I now understand what dry heat means! I think I prefer the dry heat over the humidity. It’s not so sweaty ;) The drive into the foothills was incredible. I have never seen the Rockies before so I was pretty anxious to see some mountains. Everything was pretty flat at first, and then, out of nowhere, in the distance I noticed something that could ...
... in the Park: Montane (pine forests and mountain meadows), Subalpine (high, windy, snowy forest of Engleman spruce and subalpine fir—it smells like a Christmas tree lot), and Alpine (harsh terrain above the treeline where only tiny, alpine plants grow, the tundra). Rocky Mountain Bighorn Sheep are frequently seen as well as marmots and little ground squirrels. Estes Park is the coolest ...
... as to why I am driving to Maryland from Denver to get to Australia. The answer to that is that I have a 2 year old Black Lab named Hagrid who is going to my Mom's house otherwise known as "Camp Cathy" for 3 months while we travel. She has 3 dogs and a big fenced in yard and lives in Maryland. Hagrid will be very happy and very well cared for there. Going to Maryland before and after my Australian ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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