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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... wallets & went downstairs in our pajamas. Turns out the night guy had just burned some toast. Ridiculous thing was that only 1 fireman in a 4 wheel drive turned up & he didn't instill me with much confidence, just sort of mooching around. Then 1 fire truck turned with lights but no siren. Again, no rush. This is a big hotel, I would have thought there would have more of a sense of urgency. We did meet a gay, black guy (who sounded stereotypically gay ...
... some upper body stuff to keep it equalized! After a great shower we left Bangor and drove all the way to Portsmouth. We have really been trying to avoid highways, not just for the tolls but to see more of the country as we drive. The Westy can't really go faster than 100km/hr anyways so sticking to the smaller roads takes a little more time but is actually better on our gas mileage. We passed some cute farmers markets and food stands that provided ...
Folks back home most often ask what we miss most about land and the answer is always an easy one, THEM! During our two week visit back to New England we were able to meet up with some of our family and friends. The unfortunate thing is that we were not able to meet up with everyone we wanted to see. However, we were able to enjoy the time with the ones we did and will cherish them.
For those we did not see, we hope to catch up ...
... final portion of our journey together. On route to Boston, Massachusetts, we had what was supposed to be a short 45 minute stopover in Cleveland, Ohio. But, of course, we were delayed by two hours. Almost three hours behind schedule, back in Boston we were! Beantown, as it is known, was arguably our favorite stop during our 2012 trip to North America. Though, this time, we had not planned to stay in ...
... their troops and correctly supply them to match the secret power and discipline of Japan. After 8 months of war both countries could not sustain war anymore so Japan called to the United States for assistance to end the war and come to an agreement that is good for both sides. Theodore Roosevelt was president at the time when called upon for assistance by Japan he invite diplomats from both ...