Best Western Woodhaven Inn
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... and of course the college bars. On the way back to the hotel we drive past some of the houses occupied by college kids and you have to laugh. They have couches set up on the lawn where the kids are having drinks and the beer bongs are set up on their patio. The movies don’t lie!
Day 2: today we meet up with Hinesh’s niece Beejal and her husband Arun. We leave the hotel and get to their house before lunch. Beejal and Arun are nice enough ...
... you off that the traffic was AWFUL.
As we were creeping along, those two coffees . . . were reminding me . . . that we had passed up two roadside rests . . . and then I didn't want to stop as we got into the really heavy traffic.
I made the call to take the EXPRESS lanes . . . and as it turned out . . . the express lanes were just as slow or slower than the 'collector' lanes. When one is in the express lanes, it is ...
... and oh so yummy. Matt goes nuts over the teppanyaki. His favorite meal!)
It ended up taking us 12 hours to make the "short" 8 hour drive. So much for our plans to get home early!
So this is the final detailed budget tally. Turned out to be a pretty low-cost vacation - especially since we did many "bucket list" activities that are typically super expensive.
... did stuff in the surrounding forests.
We really have enjoyed our stay here. All the places we chose to rent things from were fabulous.
The plan was to leave Saturday morning at 7am. We ended up leaving about 7:45am (I blame the Lys!). We used walkie talkies to stay in touch between our 2 vehicles which worked out pretty well when we lost cell signal in the mountains (plus the Lys don't have a ...
... been filled in with dirt and showed no signs of the fun and family memories that was had by so many. The majestic willow tree in our yard, that was bigger than life with branches touching the ground (great "secret" hiding spot)... that tree is now gone and a huge trunk is all that remains of those magical memories.The Knaggs house next door, our neighbors and friends for many years, our sanctuary when the tornado sirens would blow as we did ...