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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
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... before heading out to Laurelwood. Passsed!The Big Pines Shelter us from view. No one even notices us.In addition, of course, we want to reconnect with many of our friends in the area, and ...
Though I spent most of all day yesterday on the farm, today is still my first full day on the farm. I woke up at 8:00 am and had breakfast. Following breakfast, I fed the pigs and moved their pen to a new area. The old area was pretty torn up, by the pigs, so we just gave them some new area. After feeding the pigs, we moved onto feeding the ...
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I am going down the I-5 corridor today. The Port ...
... form fitting or short (designed to enhance the very few curves that I have) and since I stopped going to church 20 years ago, those church clothes went by the wayside - far far away. Unfortunately I hate shopping. So that's that.
I've been thinking about what I might bring as gifts to the family that I am staying with. So far, I've come up with Spanish Bananagrams and a puzzle. :)