Lions Gate Hotel & Conference Center- A Lexington Legacy Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Today was an early start, our shuttle was arriving just after 4:30am. Last night when we got home from the BBQ, I packed the remaining things. Clayton had a digital portable scale to weigh the bags and I needed to do a bit of a shuffle to get the bags to be under weight. I said goodbye to everyone and got to bed. I was awoken at 2:30am by Jeff saying he was at the gate in Sydney about to board ...
... prison at our own pace listening to the speakers. It was interesting learning about the famous prison outbreak where three criminals escaped and were never accounted for. It was very creepy seeing the shower area and jail cells knowing that criminals used to use them. After our activities in the city, we drove Aimee to the Oakland airport and ...
... old gameboy games. He suggests I charge one up and toss it in my backpack! My hunch is I will read, sleep and watch a movie. Sue is trying on walking poles for some trekking we will be doing at some ancient ruins sites and thinking about going to do some stairs at the football stadium to get ready for climbing. ...
Well, our vacation has finally arrived. We had to be awake at 6 am this morning to get ready to leave for the airport. But it felt like Christmas morning and we were both awake early.
Made it to San Francisco in no time at all. Struggled to get through security as our two bags per person quickly morphed into several bins. I forgot that ...
... when almost a thousand died, killed by something no one understood. It took its toll by cramping up the gut; the watery diarrhea could kill in hours, leaving those who lived to live in fear, for who’d be stricken next?
The story. October 8, 1850, the New World docked in Sacramento; a passenger collapsed on the wharf, began an epidemic that killed over 800 people in less than three weeks. ...