Phoenix Inn Suites South Salem
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... north of Seattle (featured on a lot of travel and food shows), stop in Portland to check out the sites and then continue to Salem. We visited Washington Park on the west side of the main river and walked through the Oregon Zoo. Unfortunately, it was around 90 degrees, so the animals were pretty sleepy. It was strange…there were plenty of signs about protecting the natural environment and about how man ...
... in a hot tub without burning them off! I drank my ginger tea, ate a PowerMax or something like that, bar and sat in the hot water as long as I could bear. Needless to say, I didn't last long and was soon in the changing room again redressing into my walking clothes and headed back out.
From the outset of my return trip, I knew it was going to be tough. I was spent, the lack of sleep had had its toll. I trudged along, much ...
... 8230;..interesting for sure!
After breakfast it was so nice and warm out and since our plane didn’t leave Mombasa until about 2:30 pm several of the group decided to change into our swim suits and get into the pool one last time. It was heavenly to say the least. Spent about 2 hours lounging around the pool before we all had to finish packing and be ready at the lobby for our pick-up at noon. And so begins the long trip home.
We caught the plane from ...
... till it is hard for her to read so they are correcting them. I read and waited and finally she was done-kindy groggy but ready to go home. Back to Woodburn and relaxed till dinnertime when Lee went out for burgers for all of us. By tomorrow she will probably look like she has been in a fight but tonight isn’t to bad. Temp of 88 today so nice out.
August 7th Tuesday-Suzie doesn’t look too bad this morning. We took off her gauze strips and all ...
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