Hampton Inn & Suites Woodland
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Travel Blogs from Woodland
... Tahoe. We do a quick drive around the town and find parking under one of the casinos. We walk around the small town which has the state line running down one of its streets. Nevada on one side of the street and California on the other. I am surprised that they haven't made more of it. There is just two small street signs. Morning tea is on the list so we venture into a casino and find Tracy's favorite coffee haunt. There is a floor to ceiling fountain that is two storeys high ...
... We will be riding our longest distance (55 miles) and attempting to conquer the highest elevation of the ride. In total, we are expecting over 5 miles of really hard uphill climbs.
The journey has already been a challenge, but it's been great fun, and the reasons behind it have been a major source of inspiration.
Again, thanks for your support and for believing in the cause.
Heather, Sarah and Katy
... I drove to work to check my schedule and to say hello to my co-workers and told them all of my adventures in Japan. I then went home and started uploading my pictures all over 300 of them. I then showed my family my souvenirs that I had purchased and my pictures and finally after a long day, reality finally began settling in and I knew my trip had finally come to an ...
... of hours. We then crossed the street and visited the Glasgow Transport Museum. That also took a couple of hours. We then went out for a nice Italian dinner and then back to our hotel. On Monday, we hopped back on the bus and stopped at the Glasgow Cathedral and looked at that. It was built in the 1200's. We then went across the road and saw the Provands Lordship, which is the oldest house in Glasgow. It ...
... his property Wolf Creek Ranch; he had 3 horses along with all of the corrals and an authentic cattle guard. He also had 3 dogs that were the king and queens of the house to complete the mix. The entire area along the country highway consisted of cattle/horse ranches and all of the alfalfa fields needed to keep them fed. Each small town had their own rodeo arenas which was a popular pass time during the warmer months. I ended up staying with Chas a total of ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility