Harrison Plaza Suite Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... s Ward (1905–1906) was built out of necessity. Prior to its completion women did not have separate quarters. Male inmates built a wall around the old wardens home to serve as a separate facility for women. This building had seven two-person cells, a central day room, kitchen and bathroom facilities. This building held the infamous Lyda Southard (Lady Bluebeard).
Built by inmates, the Multipurpose Building (1923) served as ...
... we started looking at the jobs available in Cali, however this was just this past Friday, so not much happens on the weekends. So the plan was to move forward with Cali first thing Monday morning. Well, when the blessings come they full on pour down. I received a phone call yesterday morning about an eight week job in Austin, Texas that my recruiter had put me in for prior to receiving my license. The call was basically a screening, letting me know the details of ...
... you finally let your ego take total control. I will be traveling with a friend I met working at Clear Creek Station (more on that elsewhere) he is a Chef and has has added a cooking component to the broad Brush stroke of the trip. While getting stuck in the minutia is bad having absolutely no clue is worse.
Timer sounded and I stopped writing.
This was the day for the state capital. Once again it is a domed capital built in the early 1900’s. Many of these western capitals of that era were copied in one way of another after the US Capital in Washington. And of course, the grander the capital building the better the state looked to its neighbors. No one wanted to skimp.
Note: The only capital we’ve seen that is not domed is in North Dakota. There it is ...
... Indian Cave.....this one had stairs that led you down into the cave. We went down about 300 ft. It was no too difficult but definitely scary. We didn't stay long I didn't like the feeling. We had a flashlight but I was afraid a bat(s) would fly out. We decided to not continue!
We made it to our hotel around 8:00 pm, had dinner settled in. Tomorrow....Bend, OR. Until then,