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, ...
... and I got the fish tacos. Margaritas de la casa por bebitas. Overall, good mexican food and excellent company. The XOSO had a bowling game so Matt and I played 3 games (I was TERRIBLE). Judging from the last couple frames we caught, Trish and James faired better. We headed down to Dive bar for some drinks and watched the "mermaid" swim around while we enjoyed a few drinks. Then it was off for cheese fries before calling it a ...
... time in his life. Every chance that he gets, he's been sharing with people the practice of chanting Nam-myoho-renge-kyo over in Iraq. His experience was truly genuine. He goes back for another 6 months or so on July 16th. Everyone's praying for his safety. At the end of the meeting, we watched a video from Japan of the May headquarters meeting in Japan. In it, there are arts performances and SGI President Daisaku Ikeda shares encouragement with members all ...
... today at all and the park was so small that they didn't have any trails, I decided to head over to Park City. I had been there before but it was a long time ago when the parents and I came out here to go snow-skiing. I got to Park City and walked around downtown for a couple hours. They have a historic Main Street area that is filled with restaurants, art galleries, clothing stores, along with a small theatre. It was a happening place; there was construction ...