La Quinta Inn & Suites Salem
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... me right out. Perkins School for the. Blind is huge. It could be called Perkins Village for the Blind. It has it's own large exit sign off the freeway, it's that renowned. They must be one of the biggest employers in the area, I might ask that. I'm staying on site in the guest house. The lovely Doreen is the housekeeper and she's a gem. They use this guest house for visitors and families wi siting young people who live on site. We do the same, but on a ...
We did the walking tour of the Freedom Trail. Our guide was very knowledgeable and really made me think. He kept saying if you don't know where you've been, you don't know where you're going. I wish all of the politicians had to do a month long course about the founding ...
... and doesn't always fall into the boundaries of a typically defined life path. Some individuals, upon learning of my impending trip to Africa, inquisitively stare at me as though I were taking a trip to a molten lava pool deep within Mount Doom in Mordor. Fortunately, Annie does no such thing, and would definitely have a better reference for something that hellish. There have definitely been both "WTF" and "holy ****" moments during the run-up to this trip, ...
When I first started planning this trip, I was pretty adamant about one aspect: no technology. An adventurous solo journey through Africa and constant digital connectedness were simply incompatible aims. Leave the computer, ignore the iPhone, actively burn stock shares of Facebook and Twitter--whatever it took to ensure I wouldn't be glued to a screen. The thought of David Livingstone courageously journeying down the Zambezi River, ...
... hiked and or biked every National Park; visited most National Monuments, National Historic Sites, and National Recreation Areas; visited every state's "must see" sites; and visited most Presidential Museums and Libraries.
We were on the road 629 days and travelled close to 56,000 ...