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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Afterwards, we walked around the ship and got dad signed up for his free internet package and by then, our luggage was already at the cabin. What a nice surprise! I love getting it before muster!
It’s 2:30 now and I’m all unpacked and have set up my internet service as well. It seems very strange being in an oceanview cabin (has a window only). This is my first time ever. I had to laugh at my view. ...
... exhaust pipes, making a spinning racket like a dragster off the blocks, as it eased off to all of about 10mph.
There is a bare-chested man in black shorts gyrating outside the bar Baja Sharkeez across the street, accompanied by whooping screams from some of the customers. And a couple of doors down there is a Harley Davidson shop. The guys on the noisy bikes are forgiven ...
... We had a great time with them. They have a gorgeous home on the river there, and we took tubes and floated from up the river back down to their house one afternoon. We were really happy we got to visit them in their new home in Idaho.
After Brock started work, I took a trip by myself to go visit Rob, Paula, Hana and Maya in DC. My mom flew down there as well and we all went to West Virginia together for a mini family vacation at a cabin in ...
... obsolete for backpacking. I Love the smaller ones for random gadgets.
#8 Scrubba Clothes Washing Bag - $50 thescrubba.com: This bag is not a necessity, but with me washing clothes everyday I find it incredibly handy and it lets me deter from scrubbing my clothes in dirty hostel sinks. I can get clean clothes within 3 minutes hassle free.
#9 REI Clothes Line - $7 REI outlet or REI.com: This clothes line rocks! It stretches out to about 6 feet if you want it to and ...
... From there I have been debating to go east to Berlin and Prague. Furthermore, I will be swinging south to Austria, Switzerland, and through south France. The next main point to make it to is the southern tip of France where our 500 mile pilgrimage over Spain begins (Camino de Santiago). I encourage everyone to watch "The Way" with Martin Sheen to get an awesome feel for this journey in it's own. It's free on Youtube and other sites.
After dying on the camino we will ...