Days Inn Woodland
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Woodland
... some days at the beginning to spend in New York City. We will be there three days to visit the Watchtower facilities in Brooklyn and see the new Bible display, take a Bible tour at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, and see some of the sights. An awesome aspect of this leg of our trip is our wonderful friends Devon and Veronica will be joining us. And what would a trip to Africa be for two birders without a birding excursion? After the ...
... Tahoe. We do a quick drive around the town and find parking under one of the casinos. We walk around the small town which has the state line running down one of its streets. Nevada on one side of the street and California on the other. I am surprised that they haven't made more of it. There is just two small street signs. Morning tea is on the list so we venture into a casino and find Tracy's favorite coffee haunt. There is a floor to ceiling fountain that is two storeys high ...
... a couple small bottles of cabernet. When we were done with those, I went back for four more tiny bottles of cab, and the woman says to me with her delightful train attitude, “You buyin’ for the whole train?”
“Just two people,” I said.
Apparently not a lot of drinking goes on on the train.
Michelle and I tied on a nice buzz while watching Project Runway (with ******* headphones) then got some sleep. ...
Testing.. I want to test the video uploader, so I'll upload some videos that I already have. I also want to see how well they integrate into the blog. The first video is of Andrew and I with his brother and dad in Big Basin at Berry ...
... his property Wolf Creek Ranch; he had 3 horses along with all of the corrals and an authentic cattle guard. He also had 3 dogs that were the king and queens of the house to complete the mix. The entire area along the country highway consisted of cattle/horse ranches and all of the alfalfa fields needed to keep them fed. Each small town had their own rodeo arenas which was a popular pass time during the warmer months. I ended up staying with Chas a total of ...