Holiday Inn Express & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... for them. Ron’s daughter was waiting and drove us to Ron and Cindy’s house in Auburn. Ron and Cindy were coincidently scheduled to come home from their winter retreat in Goodyear, Arizona. Ron’s other daughter was having a scheduled baby on the 20th. This was her second child via C-section. Ron also wanted to go to Lou’s Retirement Party so he invited me to stay with them for my short five day visit.
... on the camera. I really have to look into the photographic book software and see what I can do when I get home. I also would like to go to his wife's lecture on getting photos onto fabric, that will be interesting but I bet it happens once we have left the ship. The rest of the day was spent relaxing as John was not all that well. I am not enjoying the sea days hat much and I can ...
... local beers resulted in a great night! And today is the first official day of the conference. So far so good! The poster session i was in just ended and that went well as well. Many chats and some goodyuu feedback. Plus some additional networking, yeah - it was very positive! Tonight there is an activity for young researches so that sounds promising as well. And all this is accompanied by blue skies, sun and 25 degrees! Oh yes, lucky ...
... the guard thought it odd when I asked him to stamp our passports. Do they really not do this anymore?
Even though Shanna swore she didn't want to see one more calorie after the smorgasbord in Seattle good ramen MUST be consumed so we tried out Santouka. We've gone to Kintaro a few times, but they always have an attitude and gave us a hard time about sharing a bowl ...
... with the weather as it started closing in while we were up at the summit and then it became completely obscured, so we drove back down and had a foggy picnic at 7,000 feet. We did see the exotic silverswords - cactus like plants that only grow on the volcano. They were just exquisite.
Not surprisingly it was raining in Seattle. Listening to the weather forecast in the ...