Boarders Inn And Suites Of Shawano
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
Photos of Boarders Inn And Suites Of Shawano
TripAdvisor Reviews Boarders Inn And Suites Of Shawano
Travel Blogs from Shawano
I'll be taking a short trip to Romania and Belgium this week. It's an interesting combination, but I think I will enjoy both places. As usual, I won't have enough time to do everything I want, but that is typically the case for me. The weather will be winter-like, but hopefully not as cold as it is here.
Here is that plan of attack:
... Mike. Her mother Beth lives next door. She is 92 and sharp as a tack. She has not been well lately and tires quickly but she was in fine form with many visitors on the day. Madge is staying with her, as is Tom. Sarah's great-grandmother Ida and my grandfather Emil were brother and sister. Her great-grandfather Karl was meant to come to Australia to be a pastor at Loberthal but Emil swapped ...
... tame chipmunks along the trail. It was definitely a fun-packed day!
After a day in Glenwood Springs, we were off the next day in the opposite direction to visit Delicate Arch in Arches National Park. We enjoy having visitors here in Colorado because it forces us to go do the fun touristy stuff that surrounds us. Keller had never done the Delicate Arch hike, so it was a perfect choice for a day trip. Pictures really don't ...
... and mobile and if you ever researched a trip like this you will soon come to the conclusion there really isn't a perfect time to blow that kind of money so just pull the pin and jump right in. Being this is truly a once and a lifetime trip and knowing that we won't be back we are trying to do it right the first time and getting the most of our travel and budget. When you think about it, how the hell can anyone afford this ...
... Rick doesn't do Colombia, so his packing highness is of no use to me on this trip.
China was easy (allowed one bag). The Dominican Republic was easy (swimwear). Spain was easy (allowed one bag). Iceland was easy (warm weather clothes). This one isn't proving to be so easy.
I've been told to take a backpack instead of rolling suitcase. Ergh. If I take a backpack it means my carry-on bag cannot be a backpack. This limits me a bit, and ...