Country Inn & Suites By Carlson, Omaha West
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... grateful. I love my house, my dog, my car. It's good to be back.
It also makes me think about how long I'd need when revisiting a place - I'd say a full week in Argentina is fine. Two weeks and we could go to another city (Mendoza).
A week was short for Santiago/Valpo. Three days was enough for Valpo but Santiago deserves some more.
We did not get to explore the eastern part of Providencia neighborhood, didn't even touch on El Golf. Did not get ...
... episodes, not sure if I really wanted to listen to everything. I ended about 2 hours from the Iowa border and was pretty bummed. Very engrossing if you haven't listened to it yet.
I got in a lot later than I expected--almost 7:30pm. Luckily there was a Perkins like right next to the hotel so I ran over to get a salad. Meh. I had hoped that I could catch Expedition Unknown on the Travel Channel but no luck there. I fell asleep a little after 9.
... big problem - there were no seats next to each other for the 9.5 hour flight. The ones available were for purchase - $118 dollars a piece. I almost broke down in tears.
I spent so much time researching flights to save 200 just to have it go to waste on seating.
I debated that perhaps some people would let us change seats. I implored Nick to call the customer service. He got an automaton who ...
... of the day was my sisters query "Why are we not seeing more potato fields? I thought Idaho was famous for its potato production?"
We were in Iowa.
... in-a-can, the Beanee Weenee. Unfamiliar? Well, it's 7.75 ounces of beans and tomato-y sauce "with sliced hot dogs already added" (taken directly from the brand website). I discovered this gem in Washington at a small camping-focused general store in the middle of the North Cascades. Honestly, cooked over a campfire with smoked gouda and cracked black pepper, it was magnificent. Since then it has become a staple of the camping experience.