Comfort Inn & Conference Center
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... Salt Lake, + others and her last games was Sydney. Debbie is now my new BFF. I thought my running into a USA rower on the streets of London was cool. Debbie was 20 feet away from Nadia Comaneci when she scored a perfect 10 in Montreal. She personally knew the runner Steve Prefontaine. Somehow we got on the subject of beach volleyball and I said how cool it was to watch May/Walsh play at Horse Guards Parade in London. Debbie saw Kerri Walsh at a market in ...
... we thought we'd get back on the Trolley heading back to Washington Ave but this time go past our Convention Centre stop and ride the Trolley the whole loop up and back before getting out at "our" stop and going back to Tigins Bar at our hotel for dinner and a relatively early night. As we walked out of the Hilton the cold hit us, it was way colder than it had been before and the wind was seeking out any little crack in the clothes it could find to sneek in, I'll say it again, omg ...
While riding into MO, we had heard of all the flooding everywhere the day before. Well, what we witnessed riding down the highway was indeed significant flooding on all sides of the roads, for miles and miles the entire day. Yet somehow, our timing was such that we were a couple of days behind what had been some very intense rain, as much as 10-14 inches in some places. In fact, we were told that just the day before, ...
... exploded. Tim remains disappointed that National Park gift shops do not carry shot glasses for his collection. I chose a Christmas ornament for my collection and we were done, just barely 11:10am. Great, so...now what time is our ride to the top?
So...we wait. Oh look! There's a museum all about the Great Western Expansion...let's check that out. Although informative, the museum could not be less suited ...
... time we were not particularly hungry—Ted Drewes!—but we knew we needed to eat dinner before our evening plans so we headed so after leaving the Seminary we headed back to Forrest Park and arrived at a restaurant called The Boathouse. We were given a spot on the dock overlooking the lagoons, where we had planned on paddle-boating, and enjoyed more delicious food! After dinner Ms Lois and Rachel left to go back and get the ...