The Inn on the Lake
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Once we left the New York Harbour, It looked as if we were nearing a possibility of The North Passage. This could be what I have been in search for within all my voyages! If so I will map out the location, and bring back any necessary items as proof. I will get back to you once I find out. -Henry ...
... by the same name. I have read it, but now I really want to. From Wikipedia: "The play, set in Swindon and London is about a 15-year-old amateur detective named Christopher John Francis Boone who is a math genius. He appears to have an unspecified autism spectrum disorder that is variously described as either autism or Asperger's Syndrome, although the condition is never explicitly stated in the play. The titular curious incident is the ...
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... sell their food. They had something for everyone here, from your meat lovers to vegans to organic food lovers. The amazing thing was you really got a bang for your buck, the prices on all of the produce, meats, cheese and other wears were very good. I really wish they had markets like this back in Minnesota, all we have is silly supermarkets. Anyway I ended up settling on a vegan sandwich consisting of tomatoes, lettuce, fresh mozzarella and olive oil on a ...
... we needed after all our walking. Or hobbling in my case!
On our last day in Beijing we had a busy day going from sight to sight. We had to decide if we wanted to go to the Summer Palace or not, as it is quite a way out of the city, so we would probably only have had time for the one place. As I had been there before, we decided to instead stay closer to town and visit Beihai Park. It was lovely to wander around the gardens - which ...