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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- 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 ...
... them to find out they live in Perth! Small world we all said. But they were from Leeming, so pretty much in another state... Haha :) So tired from all the activities of the day, and the exalts bit of shopping we squeezed in that afternoon, we decided to play it safe and close and go back to the Cheesecake Factory again! Even though we had planned to go on our final night in San Fran. We decided it didn't matter, we'll enjoy it on both nights. A day of ...
... my back remembered last year... It was a relief to stop at around three.. It was a lot of work for only one bin of grapes... Then it was off to Sonoma to deliver the bin to a winery.. We got back to the vineyard late in the evening and celebrated with steak and rice! All washed down with a glass or so of wine.. ...
... and you're at the beach, so convenient! It was really fun to go to Santa Cruz again with Robert, I had been there before but I never got to see the real side of this interesting little beach town. We went to a place called 99 Bottles for lunch, it's a restaurant/bar that has a huge variety of worldwide draft beers. You get a card the first time you go there and then they mark off each beer you try, once you've had all 99 beers you get your name put up on the 99 Bottles ...