Days Inn at Kings Dominion
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... the last phase, the veteran goes down to Florida and stays for a month, working with the dog, learning the commands, and bonding with him.
These dogs are legally classed as service dogs. They are allowed anywhere, without extra charge, that the veteran can go, except for Natal Intensive Care Units. If a restaurant or ...
... next year. I really don't know why they didn't go this year...this guy "saved" the fair, he didn't make it go bankrupt, the fair association did! He did get a heck of a deal on the property!
Our favorite feature of the fair this year was the tri-state high school rodeo finals. We really enjoyed watching those kids compete.
It was a great way to end our extended vacation!
... The wealth and excess that they lived in was beyond imagination. Yet there were small things that were oddly out of place, like the Emperor's bed. Maybe they hadn't kept the original (I do believe much of the furniture and interior objects were stolen or destroyed during WW I and WWII), but the bed they portrayed as the emperor's was a small, metal frame bed. Very simple and not at all ornate. It was stark contrast to everything else in the ...
... that the airplane had a flat tire. The replacement had to be trucked down from Washington, D.C. (the airlines don’t keep parts as basic as tires on site? Cancel that….Logic required.), after which, it would take an hour to put the tire on. So they marched the whole plane load back out of the security area (?!) and put them in the regular check-in line, where they would now hold up all the passengers checking in for all other flights.
We were on the fence with this amusement park, should we go or not? Steve ended up finding a good price on tickets and they had a kennel for Rusty for $5. We liked that the park was mostly roller coasters and there was a water park built in!
Our first ride was the Intimidator 305. The coaster climbs 305ft and then drops you practically vertically. So much so ...