GuestHouse International Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... It lasts about 6 months even with washings. Of course, Deet is the still the best anti mosquito repellant.
I will be putting together a First Aid Kit --- bandAids, anti bacterial wipes, Immodium, Pepto Bismol, bug spray, Aspirin, neosporin -- maybe some more little items.
That was today's lesson on traveling...
Now that we know what size backpack we will have -- 46 liters whatever that means, I have to fill it. Need light weight, easy care clothes -- wrinkle free. Just bought a pair of real light weight Nike's. I really like those short skirts with the shorts underneath. They are light weight, wrinkle free and ...
So we need a new backpack. Have to find the largest carryon size so that we can take sufficient clothes. Tried Tortuga, but the reviews say the seams and zipper break....Not good. So back to REI for an Osprey backpack. Now to figure out what to take.....
We are booked for Argentina. We leave Chile on Dec 2 flying into Buenos Aires (BA). We booked an Air BnB from 12/2 to 1/8. We thought it would be interesting ...
... built as two different projects and managed by two different National Park Service units. The Blue Ridge Parkway was built to connect Shenandoah National Park to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park.
Begun during the administration of U.S. president Franklin D. Roosevelt, the project was originally called the Appalachian Scenic Highway. Most construction was carried out by private contractors under federal contracts. Work began on September ...
... a delectable lunch, we took a drive through the Blue Ridge Parkway. We had heard that 2 weeks ago, the leaves were at it's peak. However, they were spectacular on our drive. We also stopped at the Pisgah Inn. All rooms were completely book for October, except for 3 rooms for October 30. The rooms from the outside looked small and dated, but had a balcony with 2 rocking chairs that overlooked the mountains. The rooms ran about $130 during peak ...