Quality Inn & Suites Downtown
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We stopped in at the tourist bureau ...
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... was horrendous and the traffic management was even worse. We got to the site with no problem. The line to get to the park and bus took us over an hour and the line to get on those busses took another two hours!!! Really, people was this the first time you had this show here, I think not!! We left at 9:00 a.m., had a 30 minute ride and the rest was wait time. We watched part of the show with well over 1,000 people as we wound our way up and down the field ...
... night-if the kids take their mini vacation and she would be alone. I checked the Salem paper on line and my friend Maxine had died in late June, apparently just after her daughter had called to tell me she was in hospice and then she had never gotten back to me as she said she would. So sad. It is hard to lose people in our lives and realize we have to go on without ever seeing them again. When I go to Suzie’s I will go to visit with John, Maxine’s ...