Hampton Inn & Suites Woodland
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
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... these included London, England; Frankfurt, Germany; Athens, Greece; Mexico City, Mexico; Seoul, Korea; and Harare, Zimbabwe. And after counting the cost, my husband and I quickly concluded that we would apply to attend one of these conventions.
When applying, you must choose which cities you would like to be considered for, and write them down in order of your preference. After examining the choices, Derek and I selected most of the European ...
... to Sangria, fosters and Sake. Excellent.
For anyone who is thinking of making a trip to America from England, if you feel home sick they also sell PG tips and Tunnocks Caramel chocolate bars. So when Ben got back from work I was already getting on the Sangria and managed to persuade him to go for another night out in Davis.
The evening ended up starting pretty late as we were waiting for a ...
... under Tracy's apprehension about this pass especially if it was covered in snow. Still I kid him that it is wide enough to over take a semi trailer with your eyes shut. The view is spectactular. The colour of the water is a deep rich azure blue, Emerald Bay on our right and another bay on the left. Emerald bay has history to it. There is a small island about one third the way up the bay. The care taker of the island unfortunately had some bad luck. During one winter he was on ...
... changes to our seats, but to no avail. I have a pretty bad impression of Delta airline; after all, they did wipe out our seat assignments without notifying us and we had to seat at the very back row right next to the restrooms for the four-hour flight to Atlanta, GA. Also, it charges passengers $55 to check in a second luggage. Fortunately for us though, we don’t have to incur such costs due to our ...
... it while I was on the road so I had to stop anyway, but nobody seemed to carry the wheel until finally I found a place in Eugene that had everything I needed. The wheel was an extra $60 expense I wasn't counting on, but as Dan pointed out, it's still cheaper than a tow truck.
Back on the road for another hour or so, and I dropped Dan in Medford. Wallie then quickly reclaimed shotgun, and we made our way to California. As we approached Mt. Shasta, I realized how ...