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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
- High-speed internet in room
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... a small stock of dry goods in the car, but we usually need to find a supermarket for fresh fruit and vegetables, milk and water, which then gets carried in our cool box (esky/chilly bin). Besides the supermarket chains, we have particularly enjoyed using the increasingly popular shopping co-operatives we have found in many cities - one in Spokane pictured below. ...
... a tour of the campus with a tour guide who spoke incredibly fast. The campus was nice but none of us were overly impressed with it. After the tour join the kids want to get sandwiches at subway and I went back to watch the end of the British open. We check out of the hotel and then went by and looked at the University of Oregon football stadium. Afterwards we made our way up to Salem and made it just in time for tour at ...
... the working we have done a great hike in the wilderness area around where I stay. There were some beautiful sights of snow covered volcanoes. This past week I have been doing some surveys for ducks. This gave me the opportunity to see some great areas and places that people hardly get to see. At one stop there was a pool with Newts, my first sight. About first sightings. The first week going out with the botanist we saw ...
Now that my trip is officially over and I have been in America for exactly a month now, I have a whole new outlook on my experience. I realized when I got back that everything I saw and experienced while I was gone were things that only myself and the people I was with will every fully understand. My friends and family have asked me a few questions about my trip, but no one really wants to hear all of the things you want to tell them. Jonathan hardly asked me about ...
... and sometimes $20. Also they have a charming custom of letting their guests sit outside and they bring the wine to them. This was the case here. We went out into a pretty garden area and sat in the shade on what was promising to be a very warm day. The first wine was a Pinot Gris. This was excellent, especially when we saw the price was only $21.The second white was a Pinot Blanc, not as good but better than those we had tasted in the Okenagen Valley. Good value for money. We then ...