Yale Inn & Suites
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... Zone being certainly the most liked for those people who may need ease of driving to Nairobi and also supply of fresh drinking water. The Athi River Export processing Zone has more fresh water than it can use up and it has actually been supplying the majority of Kitengela Areas. Their water piping infrastructure is more established in the parts of Kitengela EPZ area. The Kitengela EPZ area habitants also avoid the normal traffic congestion in Kitengela ...
... we got to our terminal they were boarding. We had no time to get our tax back on the receipts since the line was so long. The plane was full and we took off at 11:45am. Then landed in Dallas at 9:30pm paris time, but it was actually 2:30pm in Dallas. You can say we might be a little off due to such a big time difference. Once in Dallas we went through customs, got ...
... some breakfast.
Guenther has the news on and we see the damage left by the tornadoes last night in Oklahoma City. The damage from the winds and rains is very extensive and we are grateful that we are so far away! We have never dealt with this kinds of weather phenomenon and really don’t want to.
I head into town to find some Wi-Fi. Today is my Mother’s birthday so I want to give her a call on Skype and talk to her. I also have to book some ...
So we are off to a great start, as we checked in we found out their may be a delay to go from Tulsa to Dallas, so now we are going from Tulsa to Chicago then will go from Chicago to Rome. We will arrive in Chicago 30 minutes earlier. However, now that we have an extra 3 hours at the Tulsa airport we are going to grab breakfast with Tommy's bro and sis in law!! ...
... Hallormstadaskˇgur in the east), Iceland today plants more trees per head of population than any other nation in the world (around four million a year, or 16 for every man, woman and child.)
Most visitors are full of praises for Iceland's ocean-fresh seafood and mouth-watering mountain lamb, but these are only part of the local culinary experience. Traditional food is also served, made using the only preservation methods available ...