Hampton Inn La Porte
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... motorhome while I did some work, read and more work. Sunday, was another day of Jim recouperating, me doing a little work and researching where to go next. Terry and Jim worked on his car and Marilyn finished up some yard work. Then Marilyn and I went to store and pick up dinner. Monday, Terry worked on Jim's car and Marilyn and I went to lunch with other women family members to a nice restaurant on the ND campus. We went to the grotto and ...
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... 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 ...
... Cowboy (as per Graham Norton) and he did a pose for me.I'd like to say it was just for me but there were a crowd of people behind me, i just pushed my way to the front.Before you ask, no he isn't naked he just plays his guitar in his pants, all year round!! Brrr All in all NY was an experience i will NEVER forget and will def go back again as you can dress how you want, be how you want and no one cares, it truly is a diverse city. I will admit, now i ...
... leaving the park and so we walked to a restaurant we found in the guidebook Chris bought. This place was called Blackbird at 619 W. Randolph. It was EXCELLENT. We split a cauliflower soup with almonds and some shrimp fritters which was amazing. Chris got the lamb with peas and yogurt and I got the quail with gnocchi and creamed spinach. The service wasn't great, but the food made up for it. The bill was reasonable sans wine. Next we headed off to the piano ...