Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Ripley
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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- Pets allowed
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... rapids ranging in difficulty from Class III to Class V, many of them obstructed by large boulders which necessitate maneuvering in very powerful currents, crosscurrents, and hydraulics. Commercial outfitters conduct trips down the river from April through October. The upper part of the river offers somewhat less challenging class I to III rapids for whitewater ...
... 4 PM, with just 160 miles logged for the day, I was tired and could tell that my reflexes were slow. Perhaps it was the cumulative affect of the 1000 plus miles of grueling riding the previous four days that was kicking my butt. Called it an day, checked in to a new Holiday Inn Express, and headed to the hot tub.
Routes: 13 S / 33 E
Hotel: Holiday Inn ...
... flushes. Another confronting difference. I was starving at Chicago airport as I didn't eat on the LA flight as I was so stressed and nervous I was nearly sick, shaking constantly. So after the stress of LAX was over I was free to eat, of which I did at the MacDonalds. It was a fair deal cheaper than what I would pay in Australia, I paid $6.45 for a medium southern chicken burger meal ,soon to realize all It has is the bun, the chicken and pickles. Never the less, was still ...
Jeremiah, Caroline and I are spending this week doing final research on our destinations and getting ready to head out. Marc is already in China and will meet us at the Beijing airport.
We will be in Beijing for three weeks where ...
... of industry, it is, even in the rain. It’s still a working river – we pass tugs pushing 8 or so barges upstream bringing coal (from Pikeville?) to huge power stations, but flowing between wooded bluffs, it’s beautiful.
Stop at Gallipolis to replenish dangerously low vino stocks. The riverside town’s French heritage ( early 1800’s) is very evident, there’s even a town square but just as everywhere so far in this state, no ...