Days Inn Woodland
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... we had been thoroughly schooled in the geography, politics, & culture of Zimbabwe, (and now you are too), we began planning our trip nine months out. The convention is scheduled for August 22-24, 2014. First we selected a hotel from the list provided by the Watchtower Society - the Crowne Plaza Hotel. We considered hotel amenities, distance from the convention site, guest reviews, but ultimately our love for birding became the deciding factor - ...
... that I should even think of it. Tracy has hired a vehicle. Nothing special, so no four wheel drive, no snow tyres, he doesn't own snow chains and truth to be told, I doubt he would be employed as a driving instructor anywhere. The car is packed and off we go. One of the places we are going to go through is Donner Pass. It has the unenviable history of a family being trapped by a snow storm and dinner was sometimes the two legged variety, rather than the usual four legged variety, ...
... off at ~10pm. The plane’s interior was nice, but not as nice as Singapore Airlines (SIA). It lacked power outlets and entertainment options that SIA offers. The food was also meh; we both chose chicken and the only other option was pasta.
The GPS logger had locked up in the morning and wouldn’t shutdown, so I couldn’t use it for now.
Parts of Heathrow certainly looked nice ...
... magical but that seems a little hoaky or over the top. I think this was the first time I saw how beautiful nature is. Maybe the first time I realized that nothing we humans can create or make will ever top or be more beautiful than what is natural. It’s kind of a crazy thing to hold memories from when I was 16 so close to my heart and remember them so clearly. I wonder if I didn’t have camp in my life if I would have other memories that are this important to me, ...
Day 48 It's Independence Day! I took Lisa and her mother up on the opportunity to go walk with them in the morning. So I drove from San Jose to Saratoga, a 25 minute drive, to their place again. We did morning gongyo together and drove out to Los Gatos to walk in a local park pathway. Along the way we talked about linguistics and how interesting it can be, and what my family was like, the culture in Los Gatos, the movie Mongol. We walked for about 45 minutes and drove back ...