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- High-speed internet in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Indoor pool
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... admit it now that I am jealous of people with the selfie stick but have too much pride to cave in (although if you know me well enough you know I’m a sucker for all modern fads and actually would have no problem using the selfie stick but rather we actually voted at the beginning of the trip whether we would be “those guys” that post selfies on facebook and instagram with the comment #selfiestick). Anyways we voted not to purchase a selfie stick at ...
... By choosing a time and energy to traveling that will assure that the roadways will be generally away from men and women one could steer clear of visitors. This will make a big difference particularly when taking a streets journey spanning a long distance. Check out the in season trip price ranges. It will be easy to locate a graph that demonstrates when it is most affordable to fly to various destinations. Prepare your holiday close to maximum journey times and ...
... Austin time) and arriving in Uganda at 10:50pm 6/12. All-in-all, it's just under 24-hours of travel time to get there.
Looking forward to the experience of serving the villagers in Kamwenge, shopping the handmade goods and supporting the local economy (http://www.ugandacrafts2000ltd.org/bat iks.html), seeing the Shrine of the Ugandan Martyrs, and photographing beasts in the wilds of the African jungle.
... Bel Geddes, actually quite interesting! More design that art, well, both, but I liked it.
In the afternoon I had the most wonderful horseriding adventure and met three really awesome people, I'll write this up a bit more later!
Its thanksgiving tomorrow, deep fried turkey!
Friday, I'll be flying to San Francisco!
... sight-seeing. There was one more Austin attraction that we had to see before the conference started full-swing - the Congress Street Bridge bats. Every year from March to November, 750,000 bats(the largest urban bat colony in the world) make the bridge their home. By August, the population swells to 1.5 million as many of the bats have bat babies. Every night around sunset, the bats emerge on the East side of the bridge to go feed on insects. We were determined ...