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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... airfare) was about $22,000 … for 40 days. That’s about $550/day for the pair of us, and it includes everything; transportation, insurance (trip and medical), excursions, room, food, booze, trinkets, and all the memories one could handle. It could be done more cheaply (but not likely for half the price; probably ¾), but it was a bucket list experience so we didn’t scrimp anywhere (within reason – a penthouse and $2000 wine ...
... found any large animal. On the way back to the parking, we walked through a clearing that we've seen before and there was a large rock that I didn't recall seeing there. Still, it looked pretty much like a normal rock until we went around it a bit and noticed a long tail flicking behind it! It turned out to be a decent-size bison hiding or sleeping in tall grass. It wasn't afraid of us at all, so we stayed for a bit ...
Prior to the long weekend coming up Allana said Kelsey asked if we wanted to go to her younger brother Jon's party in Llyodminister. Be the social girls we are we totally wanted to go! Friday rolled around and while waiting for Allana to get back from work that day Jessie, Rach and I got drunk drinking Paralyzers (Kailua, coke and vodka). I was having to much fun so we didn't leave for Jon's party in town till like 10pm haha. We arrived and there was like 20 blokes and ...
... understand that a visit to Mexico without checking out the arts & crafts market, sampling mole, and tasting a truly good tequila is akin to a crime. I imagine this will be an eye-opening and wonderful experience.
Aidan is not coming with me--he used up his vacation days during our winter trip to England, France, and Germany, but he also took two weeks off in June to watch the World Cup. And he never wanted to visit Mexico anyway. But I'm okay with that and so is ...
... in the entire province get shipped here, and there are some doozies.
Albertosauri (tyranids ... no, Mike, not the 40k ones, just related to the T Rex et alii), Raptors, Ankylosauri, Duck Billed, Ceratopsians and much more, all well displayed, and with excellent recreations of them in skeletal and 'real life' form.
Apart from that, the drive was boring ...