Avalon Hotel & Conference Center
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... in the deep, unplowed snow! Much to our amazement, we only encountered one vehicle coming towards us, near the entrance to our subdivision. They backed out to Berry Rd, allowed us through and we were officially on the road, no longer snowbound, but rather southbound! This is our first trip with the cat, Checkers. He is quite content, napping beneath the couch. He slept with me last night, near ...
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This trip fell together over a few laminated-map-and-dry-erase-marker sessions on our living room floor. It literally fell together, with very little discussion, no argument and much shared excitement. Now that we're only a few days from go-time, and all the details are nailed down, Michael and I may very ...
... This is one of my top choices for medical school and I was accepted. This meant that I didn't have to apply to a lot of the other schools I was considering to fill out their secondary app.
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... state prison into apartments with studios for artists. When she visited Jackson, the city was having a storyteller convention. Upon her return home a neighbor expressed an interest in purchasing her townhouse, which was a miracle in the depressed real estate market. Judy paid attention to all these "signs" and moved to Jackson as one of the first thirteen to move into the renovated building. At the time the developers of the art center did not want any mention ...