Rodeway Inn North
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... delightful as was all the wine. We found out the red wine we were drinking was $99 a bottle. After dinner John and I were just too full to do much else so we went back to our cabin to bed. We had to turn back our clicks once again by an hour this time. Luckily though the ship had come through the roughest part of the seas and we were. It rockin and rollin as much. I truly loved this evening and it was worth every ...
... easy: no rushing to the airport at dawn. Just spend the day with the kids, give the doggie sitter a hug and then off to the airport!
I'm wondering what we're forgetting. Unlike most places we travel to, Namibia might not be a place where we can just go shopping for whatever. I'm sure we're ...
Going to the Big Apple to see Evan play his bowed piano. It's a very long way to fly but since it is the only chance we are going to get to see him play this thing ever, here we are flying for hours and hours. I hope we get to spend some time with Evan. Who knows what his plans are or the school's plans are. I guess we will find out soon enough because this really long flight is about to end. My butt hurts and I am getting ...
... we spot our first treat of the afternoon – a brand new 787 is have a test just near us! It’s even painted in Boeing livery, and we are lucky enough to grab a photo. Going inside, we ask the ticket desk what is going on – apparently, there have been test take offs and landings going on all week! So, we are lucky to be in the right place at the right time to get the photo!
We decide to ...
... to the Klondike Museum & it was a beautiful little oasis in the hustle & bustle of the city, shady & serene, where we stopped for a break.
Then it was off to the Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park, although its not actually a park, its a museum-type building. We learned such a lot, especially watching the film, which put everything into perspective as we were heading for Alaska ...