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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... the plaza, so after a quick drive around the block, we parked and set up again. We're right on the water, it's a beautiful weather day, and we're within walking distance of a Starbucks, Chipotle, a grocery store, a Home Depot, and (what we soon discovered to be) the best Goodwill store ever in the United States of America.
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We found as the day progressed the weather turned out to be pretty great and we missed out on a beautiful day. We had buffalo burgers for dinner on our tiny barbecue and watched families arrive for their holiday long weekend. Many have trailers already placed in their favorite spots for the whole season and come when they can to relax. Others came and even set up tents in the ...
... Alpine Ridge in East Troy, WI. The venue is nice as in it is a really nice looking venue, but it is also all wood, with a low ceiling height. It is amazing how fluid out load-ins are becoming now that we are thirty shows into the tour. Again, we had a short, and very awkwardly placed dock, so the main LED wall did not get started until after noon. With all of that said, we were still able to sound check at 4:30PM as planned. ...
... villages, navigation lights, glaciers, cruise routes, notes where various wildlife tend to be and has icons for video links. You can see the map and view the videos from the link above.
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Until we meet again (Tsú yéi Eekwasateen in Tlingit),
Sue & ...
... cat Misty, who passed away in January. Misty is what prompted us to get the motor home so she wouldn't be left alone or with strangers. She loved it. Cats love windows and when she wasn’t sleeping, playing or cuddling she was looking out the wrap-around window. We always miss her, but especially in the motor home where we always expect to see her on the dashboard or cuddled on our lap.