Econo Lodge Inn & Suites
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... occur, and with that, a LOT of extra weight. They worked together to remove many of these items. Once she tried the pack on again, it was light enough for her to continue her journey. Ever since I read that, I try to keep it in mind. My goal is now 10 kilos, and trying hard not to pack my ...
... up and got a taxi to the Hancock building to go up to the sky lounge and watch the sunset and get amazing views of the city without having to pay for the privilege. It was amazing! And being 96 floors up is just crazy. Wasn't keen on the wobbly cabled elevator but it was totally worth it. After a mass of photos and a cheeky drink at the top we headed down to The Cheesecake Factory which is the weirdest place and had a menu ...
... to find out that I had to go to baggage service to ask about my luggage, and that they could not help me until morning, because they were closing down
... was the best way to get to downtown as it was about an hrs drive ,there was lots of traffic for a Saturday as it was St Patricks Day still the cab only cost $45 plus tip.Celebrations were in full swing with people wearing green clothes ,hats jewellery and queues queues queues everywhere to get into the Irish pubs . Checked in and dropped our bags and went to epic burger around the corner on the desks recommendation for our first American burger ,I had ...
... about this says the same thing: "If you can take some significant time off and travel, you should definitely do it while you can and when you're single because once you're married/start having kids, forget it until retirement." If we even get retirement. The way this country is rolling I'll be able to retire at the ripe old age of 92 with my current retirement fund that has now earned just enough to let me survive for about a month on ramen noodles.