Hampton Inn & Suites Woodland
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... conventions with thousands of people applying to attend. Consequently, applicants must wait a few months before finding out if they've been selected. And so we waited. Finally, in mid- November we got the news: Harare, Zimbabwe! Derek and I were elated. But after our initial excitement subsided, we started to feel a bit nervous. Africa! A place so far and remote not only physically from the US, but also culturally, economically, politically... ...
... of us was ready to eat a proper meal, so we spent a couple of hours watching a brilliant TV show: 'Naked and Afraid' about people who volunteer (always one man and one woman who have never met each other) to be dropped off in a jungle somewhere tropical and dangerous, and live there for three weeks with no clothes or shoes. Or anything pretty much. They are allowed one item each from home. Queue ...
... him. This time, he lost more than his toes. lt appears his body was not found, so presumed dead by drowning. The poor bugger. Later, a very smart lady, (whose name is on a photograph), finally petitioned the authorities to buy some land. She purchased two hundred acres that included the Emerald Bay waterfront and the above mentioned island. She had a rock tea-house erected atop the small island with all of the required building rock rowed from the main shore to the island and ...
One carry-on is full of knitting and reading during the long flight. I am knitting a sweater "twin set" intended to be worn on this trip. I started the project in April and am about 2/3 completed so I also packed some T shirts and another cardigan. More details later!
... conquerable, maybe just a light dusting from the mountain-tops, but it was soon very clear that we weren't only ill-epuipped for the ice storm that just hit us, but we didn't have the choice to stop as we winded around the slicked roads, skidding between lanes with no visibility of a breakdown lane or any exits in our path. After spending about 2 hours with a visibility of 5 feet, having only short breaks in the snow when it came back ten-fold within ...