Econo Lodge Buckley
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They have the strangest keys! Like the old punch cards you hear about for old computers!
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... battles a serious illness. That was so Gus, so loving, despite feeling significant pain from his own issues with failing health.
Gus has been described in so many glowing terms in the last few weeks as people inquired about his health and his life. Often people are eulogized after they pass away but the thoughts and comments about Gus were always consistently in the present. A loyal friend, an American hero, a lover of corny jokes, a good dad, a charming ...
This morning, our last morning in U.S.A. We woke up to a most perfect morning, the sun shining brightly, crisp, but turned out a superb day. We had breakfast, waited till Mike got home, had a bit of time at home, finished our final packing of the cases, yes squashed it all in, and when ready we all got into Mikes Accura (Honda in Aussie) and drove into town. We arrived at the Space Needle, built in 1965 was the tallest building ...
British Airways. Definitely a cut above. Arrived in Heathrow at 6:30 am. It was weird, I daylight the entire flight but here we are the next morning. We flew over. Greenland. Security is much more intense. I got a full on pat down. Glenn and ...
... simply asks you to count the calories for every meal that you consume. The only possible downfall is choosing a program that limits your caloric intake to the point where it becomes unhealthy.
For quite a few dieters, the spotlight is on cutting back of fat. Some fat is still necessary to maintain a balanced diet even when you opt for a low fat diet, low being the key word. Oils are an important element to ...
I didn't travel much growing up. I went on my first airplane when I was 12 years old when I went to Los Angeles to visit Disney Land. My mom signed me up for frequent flyer miles in the airport. My next trip was when I was 14 years old to Florida. When I was 17, I had established myself as a national renowned wrestler and this is when my traveling life skyrocketed. I traveled to Oklahoma several times, North Dakota several times and many other ...