Comfort Inn & Suites
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- Non-smoking rooms
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Smoking rooms available
- Multilingual staff
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... by volcanic eruptions (including Crater Lake) with lava flows and raining debris.
Then on to Crater Lake. As we climbed higher the forest became more lush, and the smoke haze began to clear. Soon after we entered the National Park, we were stopped to pay our $15US entrance fee (we're trying not to convert money into Australian dollars, it just hurts too much) and Jonathan subjected Robyn to ANOTHER film, this time about the eruption of Mount Mazama, and ...
... weather, particularly on the drive through the plains of Iowa and Kansas, we started listened to the hurricane warnings on the local radio when we camped for the night. This attempt at being fully informed proved to be of little help as those towns that were mentioned, the towns around us, those towns to be impacted and possibly vaporised, their names meant nothing to us. We were left wondering at what time of the night we were going to be sucked on the face ...
... influence on the significance of the journey and experience, it seems so relative based on my stage of life. Rather, I'm drawn to the environment that I believe will appropriately foster my growth, learning and some fun. Awhile ago, it might have been the playground down the street. Today, I guess it is a school across the Atlantic. My lunch box is packed, and I'm ready to go.
... had built a platform right on the river for the ceremony and for dancing. Mary-Alice & Bob came down from the deck, over a bridge along a brick pathway to the platform. Mike and Mary-Alice did all of the work and landscaping. It was beautiful. I have a few pictures but Dad has more. A few days before the wedding, Mary-Alice got a call from the officiant who was to preform the marriage ceremony. It was not a minister they knew but ...
... in the desert cities of Arizona, people are a little grumpy that the broiling hot summer is about to begin. Still, I do discern that people are more open, friendly, and exuberant here. It seems to be a fairly wealthy area. As I look around, it seems like they know what they're doing here to make this a very livable city, and it seems important to the people here to recycle and do things in an environmentally smart way. It just seems like a town where it and that was ...