Hampton Inn La Porte
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... on your forum posts on your dashboard so no pesky emails or searching, the ability to upload pictures and videos, etc. etc.
That somewhere is Virtual Tourist, and I am thrilled. It is just like this blog and more, and I am transferring everything over to VT. I will be closing this blog down soon so I have everything in one place. Freakin' awesome! I'm incredibly excited. It took me some playing to figure VT out (have to get used to a new format ...
... seem like vast inland seas…gazing out across the water that’s just what they seem like. L. Erie was brown and muddy and not just when we were there, talking to a resident we met he said it was always like that; but L. Michigan is clear, blue and here with the sand it is every bit like being at the seaside. The beaches are pristine and almost deserted; standing with our toes in the ...
... 9 miles to Cleveland. We arrived at the Rock and Roll Hall of fame, after passing by the Huntington Bank Building - a Deloitte client Right aligned photo tag: and Browns Stadium. Then we arrived at the Hall of Fame. . It is right on the banks of Lake Erie. . Really beautiful architecture by the same architect as the Vietnam ...
... for me when I go to the baggage claim. The amount of time it takes to do these blog entries has me re-examining my commitment to keep doing them. Perhaps I need to learn to be a little more concise? Thanks for traveling with me! Until next time . . . Hugs, ...
... at least its Americanized and they have a Tomy Romas there. After the game we went out in "wrigleyville", the area around the stadium. This was packed with people and lots of fun. We tried to go to Murphy's (in the picture) but it was to crowded so we went somewhere else with mostly Sox fans that was less crowded. We met a guy named Benjie who was overly-friendly and interesting along with his nameless friend in the ...