Fairfield Inn & Suites Greeley
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... 2. Germany to visit more cities haha
CITY OR PLACE YOU DIDN’T MAKE IT, BUT REALLY WANTED TOO! (next time)
3. Northern Germany
WHAT YOU WILL NEVER FORGET
1. My time spent with Eva
2. My flight home
3. How many festivals Germany has
1. The police checking my passport on the train back from Prague then calling someone about my passport. Finally ...
... I walked a bit and actually read the sign about which sites were “reservable”. Mine is one, but I’ll hang in here and see what happens. There’s a tent-camper in the Host’s site, but he/she hasn’t show up yet. Time will tell.
I cooked baked potatoes and bratwurst out on the grill and had that with a nice green salad. I haven’t been cooking too often lately. The dinner was good and I have enough ...
... My return flight is on July 31st. That gives me 10 days after school ends to travel wherever I want. I haven't decided where yet.
Oh, and funny story. My credit card company texted me and told me to call them because they thought someone stole my card. Apparently, the hostel ran my card in Ireland ...
... parts – and even on there you can see Rei Rei’s house. She doesn’t have a courtyard and a patio, but she does have steep stairs to get to her house. You climb up two times to get to her house. They are building a second layer so they can walk higher and lower, so it’s a bigger place. Rei Rei sleeps with her mother and father. And, since Rei Rei doesn’t sleep alone yet, so she ...
... our hotel in nearby Fort Collins, we passed six cardboard signs declaring one form of need or another - an unusally high number of starfish for one morning. The first few we saw were on a service road to the main highway we were on, and so we could not stop. The next was a man in his 50's. His sign read, "homeless with a family of 4. Please Help." As we were stopped at a red light with him outsisde the driver's side window, Mike rolled ...