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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... right now because they can't get work and the government is trying to shut down the outdoor markets.
Here is more updating from what Ryan has shared with me...
1. Entertainment - There wasn't much to do in Liberia when we were there as far as places to go, but we had a few decent restaurants we went to each week, we had the rooftop of our apartment compound where we could lounge, I could water my little garden and we could enjoy the ...
... our songs...I was feeling so strapped for time that instead of driving up to San Ramon and handing out flyers to advertise for our concert, I was rushing around to load up on supplied to take back to Africa with us.
A few days into my trip, Ryan called me and updated me on the Ebola situation. Each morning and night family was telling me more about what was on the news...I know the news dramatizes things so I was trying to stay somewhat neutral and calm. It just started ...
The helpful cellphone holder buddies is usually a cool thought for a gift, specially when you're going to need a holder for your cellular phones, MP3 players, or iPods. The prolonged arms will grasp and grip the mobile phone, iPods, or MP3 players in addition to other small electronic goodies. What a useful gift, since many individuals battle to discover missing phones and games. People who work from their home should enjoy the 4 in one ...
... Except a moose. But oh well (see attached image)... We visited Twin Peaks and saw a beautiful outlook of the city. It is crazy to me how people are perfectly content to basically live on top of one another. Thank God for the country. Apparently, when Grandpa was last in San Francisco, he and Grammy visited the same place and got the same view around 1982 or 83. That was pretty neat. He said it really didn't look that much different. We visited the ...
... with the waves crashing,twisty roads to test your skills,curves everywhere and you can't tell which way they turn until you get around the corner,switchbacks,high speed straightaways but sudden turns.Adriving skill test in a surreal environment.The best! On the way I also went through tourist towns,Carmel,MontereyBig Sur.Big Sur is the equivalent of Sedona,a road bordering acreek inhabited by the back to earth ...