Hampton Inn & Suites Suisun City Waterfront
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... my room has a pot that I can use to heat water, so I filled it to the rim' then took a warm sponge bath. Way better than an ice cold shower! At 9:30 am this morning, I was met at my hotel, the Dream Hotel, by the young 19 year old woman, Garmaa, who will be my companion for the next 35 days. Her English is passable, and my Mongolian is non-existent. As it looks like very few Mongolians speak even greetings in English - quite a bit different than in Thailand ...
... and nothing happened to me’. If there was ever a time to shut up, it was then. I declined desert so that I could get back to my seat and the pleasant young art teacher who worked in Nebraska in such a small town that she had been in the local newspaper 4 times in a year including one article simply reporting her arrival in town.
We sat side by side on the 12 hour journey from Los Angles to San Francisco. I had chosen the train ...
... feminine odours, haemorrhoid "soothing " creams and constipation to antisocial wind (as though there is social wind) and bloating, rotting gums and nasal hair.
And these all seem to come up in conversations over the water cooler at work, or on the sideline for little league baseball, or in the line for body screening at the airport (perhaps the scanners can see inside intestines).
I'm getting nervous about starting conversations with strangers in case they ...
... We signed our waivers and the gate went up and we began our drive in to select a camp site - I'm not impressed - most of the camp sites were muddy and surrounded by shrubs (probably willow) and buggy - definitely not worth the $60.00/night fee (you're paying for access to the glacier). We kept driving and low and behold we came upon a clearing at the end of the road with a picnic table and a full view of the Matanuska ...
... West. Bancroft sold his important collection to the University of California, which became the nucleus of The Bancroft Library.
Ruth Petersson was born in 1908 and was raised in Berkeley. Ruth developed an appreciation for plants at a very early age. She studied architecture at the University of California, Berkeley. After teaching in Merced for 8
years, she met Philip Bancroft, Jr. on a blind date, and the two married in 1939 and moved to the family ...