Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Lincoln
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... mani-pedi. For $5 more I had them apply a vinyl polish that the manicurist told me about. Supposedly it is a nail polish guaranteed to last a week with no chips. Cool, I was willing to try it, we'll see how it works. I was done, went to look for Manuel. We had a late lunch and headed back to our campground. We had to decide if we are leaving tomorrow or staying another day. ...
... subtle nuance, but I got it immediately and feel the difference in my approach to corners now. Our 1 hour session lasted 2 hours and Christine finally had to go. I asked what I should look for in a new bike and she suggested I consider a BMW 650GS. I took time for a great lunch at the Mom and Pop Diner with my friends Heather and Jiggs to finish my AMA experience. Then I headed for ...
... 8221; to thrive, while mild enough to support the tender subtropicals. You can grow an apple tree and an orange tree, a palm tree and a maple tree – all in the same yard!
A drive along almost any city street shows off the great variety, but the State Capitol grounds will really knock your socks off. This 40-acre park that takes up twelve downtown blocks contains species of plant life from nearly every part of the globe. It started ...
... 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 ...
... entry on Craig which I will continue to update and post before long.
It finally started to get dark with about three hours to go before Sacramento. This was just as well because, from what I could tell, there wasn't a whole lot to see anyway. Just before midnight I made it to Tony's house. We sat around for about an hour, just bs'ing about all the guys from the frat and who's doing what. Then we went to his favorite Mexican drive-through: At Alburto's. There's a ...