Hotel Le Vancouver - LVH Vacances
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... said she needed to talk. I thought goodness--I'm exhausted. I will call her tomorrow….then she sent an ASAP text so I started to get worried. I called her back--this is when it gets interesting.
She told me that I immediately had to go to the front door. This was an odd request. I then asked her if she was here and she just kept saying go to the front door and open it…I then said a few other things that I can't repeat here thinking she was ...
... the fairy-tale castle reigning above the town and caught a taxi back just before a downpour. Michaela then picked us up to go to Fahni for tea. Travis and I had stayed here at Jessie's house when we came over to Switzerland earlier in the year.....to see that blog, you can follow the usual link and when you are in the blog, to the right and down are the links to my other blogs including "Switzerland". Once you are in the blog, you ...
12 September 28 - Friday
There were only a few people in the breakfast room this morning, and none seemed to want to visit. I was happy to see that the girl from the Slovak Republic was working again this morning, as she was really nice and I always enjoyed talking to her. The fact that she was here gave me an opportunity to say "goodbye".
After breakfast I went back to the room and got my packs loaded and ready to go. I went down to the desk ...
... They are on a four-month vacation. They live in Wangaratta, Australia. They are incredible people. Laid back, down-to-earth, happy people. They shared much from their experiences in Australia, giving me a detailed, handwritten map and must-see, outdoorsy destinations. Guess where I'm goif next year. Not maybe. I don't say, "may." like Erik and Nike say, "Just do it." Erik is a do-everything kind of guy. Melanie is a part-time nurse, so she is able to travel. Erik ...
... piece of grass. Atop it's head is a crown of what is to me both majestic and ridonkulous. It lifts it head, we lock eyes and I mouth the word,
And as though I had revealed it's secret identity, the Elky creature dissapeared in heaving flash, back into the mystical land of parkyness.
Moose. Elk. Elky Moose.
I will always remember you.