Holiday Inn Express Rensselaer
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... showed me around, gave me closing up instructions, and opened a garage for me to park my bike by a tractor. She said all they ask for in return for my stay is a thank you note in their scrapbook. I think it's so sweet that they offer special accommodations to travelers. The park would have been fine, but this is amazing. The building ended up being the mayor's office. There was a cot set up on the ...
... eyes, which peer out through a mesh. I often wonder what they think!
guess we could have wandered round the marketplace for another hour or
taken up the offer of the guy that wants to guide us around the place,
but I felt an hour was sufficient, so we wandered back to the motorhome,
the washing was three quarters finished, so we went on to look at the
wharf, the boat construction, the sorting of the nets and the long
lines, and the ...
... However, since I need more than $1,000 cash to carry with me to pay for the "local payment" in the upcoming trip in Africa, I ended up taking El Train into town to try to find BoA and Chase bank branches. After running to both banks and taking the very slow Blue Line back to O'Hare, it was too late. The plane was still at gate when I reached it (it was 10 minutes before scheduled ...
... in the world. And the final one Top 5 spot goes to...a Canadian city, another surprise? The following is my Top 5 favorite destinations in the world... 5. Rio de Janeiro, Brazil (including Costa Verde and resort town Paraty): First visited in 2006, so I still have quite fresh memories about this city. Its beautiful setting is on par with Vancouver and San Francisco. However, it is ...
... it goes... 10. Antigua, Guatemala (including nearby Lake Atitlan and Chichicastenango): It is that small Spanish colonial town in the mountains, just one hour from ill-reputed Guatemala City (so you can fly to Guatemala City International Airport and head to Antigua directly). This town is small, easy to walk around and has many nice cafe and bars. It also has highest density of Spanish language schools in Guatemala. ...