Budget Inn Fairfield
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... my room has a pot that I can use to heat water, so I filled it to the rim' then took a warm sponge bath. Way better than an ice cold shower! At 9:30 am this morning, I was met at my hotel, the Dream Hotel, by the young 19 year old woman, Garmaa, who will be my companion for the next 35 days. Her English is passable, and my Mongolian is non-existent. As it looks like very few Mongolians speak even greetings in English - quite a bit different than in Thailand ...
... Talk about a deer in headlights look, but he persevered and even enjoyed the tour. Who knew that making Jelly Belly candies is such a complicated and labor intensive business? EVERY DAY they make 40 million Jelly Belly candies using 5 tons of cornstarch and 6000 lbs of sugar along with the various flavorings. I won’t go into detail, but it was impressive. AND the robotic equipment, who designs all of these technological wonders? It ...
... we drove by the area where they’re looking at houses for sale. Even we had sticker shock…the lowest price is in the $450,000 range and they’re selling for 60,000-80,000 over the asking price. These are circa 1950-60 homes. Amazing!!!
We said goodbye and drove back to Napa in the late afternoon. Traffic was light and we made it pretty quickly. When we left our campground we saw a group setting up something in ...
... with the parents and Cheri and then checked in to our flight. It's different, but Air NZ does not have online check in. So, we checked in the old fashioned way. We were glad that they mention how much one is allowed to take on board in the checked luggage (50lbs) a piece. We were way under, each having about 30lbs, but it was good to know for our return trip!
We checked in and then headed to the gate, G93. We had about ...
... by 5:00 PM. Rule of the Road - when you do not have a reservation stop early - that includes camping. We walked around with cameras in hand discovering the historical churches and monuments in Haines Junction - we checked out the Catholic Church (built in 1954) constructed from Quonset huts left after the construction of the Alaska Highway - this is the second church we have seen built from Quonset huts the other was in Beaver Creek.