Quality Inn & Suites
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Heated pool
- Indoor pool
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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... been converted into a biodome. This took us through different sections and we saw monkeys, parrots, alligators and lots of fish. There was some lynx cubs which were only month old but they were sleeping in their cave. There were some puffins which were very cute and were playing in the water fountains. However, the main attraction was penguins. They were beautiful as ever and Nicky loved them.
Once we left ...
Here's my last entry.
We last saw each other on March 22. Here is the summary of our last week in Myrtle beach:
It is raining. But people are wishing Happy Birthday to Doreen on Facebook (all her millions of followers). We go to Barefoot Landing . A special shopping area. . We are almost alone because of the rain (best time to go). We were supposed to experience the Taste of the ...
Well I hope the title got you hooked with the overall title. We are taking a month break from our beautiful weather . At the same time we will be able to study (OK!! , look at ) and research how the weather affects us. We are reviewing our check lists (small bits of paper everywhere) to make sure we do not forget the important stuff. If we think about it later and forget stuff, there will ...
... one leg in the canoe and one leg
outside, which is used to push the canoe along the ice. The true purpose of
this stance becomes evident in the races out on the river, where the ice is a
lot more treacherous. At the half-way mark they have to do a very sharp turn,
and return along the same route. This involves a lot of action as the crew
members have to manoeuvre the boats at great speed, while changing their
positions in the boat at the ...
... of a man half his age... which would still make the song of teenage rebellion somewhat ludicrous but hey, it's pantomime, complete with Alice's trademark black eye make-up, and a sense of the ridiculous is de rigeur. But the band's stage-craft is deadly serious and you don't get to command stages like this in the fifth decade of your career without being a consummate entertainer. Surrounded by a well-drilled and much younger band, Alice is in fine voice, prowling the ...