GuestHouse Inn and Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... Brian and I then worked for about an hour on destroying the invasive blackberry plants, in the area that we will plant the vegetable ones. These blackberries are not the type you eat, so it's ok to destroy them. We then took lunch, I made a grilled cheese with guacamole and it was awesome. After lunch, Brian and I went right back to work, and worked for another hour or so. After we finished, we helped Elise continue ...
... for a bit, while I chill out – keeping up with the kids has been a long tiring day, and I’m trying to figure out where they are getting the energy from. A quick stop at a shop on the way home, and we enjoy a nice family dinner again tonight – our last family dinner for a while! We’re going to miss this! Aidan and Ella have school tomorrow, so we need to make this an early one. Back to the motel, and off to ...
Made it to airport 1.
5 hours till next flight.
Ate our breakfast or now was it dinner since we are suppose to think ahead in order to overcome jetlag.
Nice airport. We found a nice open lounge where we could recharge all our electronics. We also had limited wifi and a live piano player. Marlene even broke out into a jig when the music took a country flair.
... trees. The terrain was quite hilly, with the roads winding along the north bank of the river. As we left the coastal range of mountain, things changed abruptly... from green to brown, hilly to flat, big trees to dry grasslands. The rains are stopped by the mountains, so the eastern side gets very little moisture. However, there were plenty of cattle ranches, orchards of cherry and apple trees, and many vineyards. Most of the farmlands here ...
... held in a military camp taught their captors the skill of paper making. This is surely one way to prevent recidivism--have a skill, teach a skill. Subsequently, the first paper manufactory was established in 794 in Baghdad and, soon, paper replaced papyrus and parchment for common use. However it didn’t ...