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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... peaceful. Here they are often peaceful but
so far they haven't been spacious or green. Just parking lots with
places to empty your sewerage, get some power to charge the batteries
and (usually) a clean place to shower. This one is setting us back
$42 for the night, the most expensive so far but the cheapest we could
find for the night. Plus a shower is 75 cents, the first place to charge us for that. Silicon Valley is not a cheap place to stop for
The final sea day. Tomorrow we arrive in Seaport, a new port for Houston, Texas.There is still the old port in Galveston. Today there are many last minute items to complete. Harriet won playing bingo on the first sea day and wanted to see if she could get bookend wins by winning on the last day. During the cruise, all of the girls; Brenda, Natasha, and Harriet went to as many bingo games that they could. Tours and other events prevented them from going to ...
No more bears, but caribou, mountain goats, ducks and jays and the ubiquitous squirrels.
From Banff, we took the 'back' route through the Bow River Valley, passing Castle Crags and a moving war memorial to ...
... flamingoes. And we had lunch at Charlies, which is one of the larger buffet-style restaurants. Heaps of people everywhere. We had a great time, and loved it all, and appreciated Chris taking the time to show us around. Visited the Google store, and bought some T shirts for the kids, and plastic carry-bags for me and my friends. Aya and Alyssa came back and picked us up, and we went off to the Japanese $1.50 store. ...
... more interesting than the museum would be,so here's a real caterpillar.Instead we headed towards Yosemite National Park and, as we wound our way through the bends and gradients of Hwy 120, came to an area of burned and devastated forest.
When we reached the Rim of the World viewpoint, the damage became more obvious – and the explanation, a man made fire started ...