Inter City Motel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... the poles had several purposes. As a record of family or tribe history or legends, as a notation of who had married into the tribe, as recognition of a powerful leader, as a memorial to influential tribe members (often with cremated remains in a hole in the back), and as a reminder to the community members that they had obligations to their community. An example of the latter is the expectation to share among the tribe and if this wasn't done ...
... and day difference .... Also, the people here seemed to be more honest. We were extremely impressed and grateful that Bob left his cellphone on the taxi and was able to find it a few hours later. Don't think such things are likely to happen in the US.
- Compared to the big cities on the mainland China, such as BJ, Shanghai, the big cities here (Taipei, Kaoluong) seemed a lot older. And it did not feel the kind of booming economy like it did in China. But ...
... the restaurant took us many twists and turns through the city. It was pretty far away from where we were staying, but we quite enjoy a nice walk. We finally found the restaurant, and it had the same deal as last time- 50% off on pasta for Monday and Tuesday lunches.
The restaurant wasn't busy, and at after 2pm, not peak lunchtime, but it still took the waitresses a really long time to organise a table for ...
... wild! We moved on further up and came across a marmotte on a rock. These animals are huge! As we moved back down the mountain we came across some black tail deer, a mother with two little ones. We then proceeded down to the First Nations cultural centre. The bus took us back to vancouver via a stop at Shannon falls. We ended this perfect day with a dinner at the boathouse on English bay. The food there was absolutely ...
... military encampments during the Revolutionary War. General Washington’s aide-de-camp, Alexander Hamilton took residence here. A church in the Village was organized in 1756 and the structure built in 1760. It was used as a hospital during the Revolutionary War. Maybe it was good farmland along the Hudson River. We know that the Manzers were yeomen farmers. But things were getting rough for supporters of King George and his Colonial Rule over the 13 American ...