Red Rock Inn
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... air. Sneeze city. Lunch was at a fast food establishment on the toll road. Best forgotten. Huckleberry had surgery on a cyst on his butt since I left. He did and is doing well with the assistance of house-sitter Michael and Aaron's mom Teri. Miku freaked while he was ...
... the rain seemed to scare the crowds away) we started the adventure to the summit! I'm TERRIFIED of heights...thankfully, Marisa and Olivia held my hand and kept pushing me along every time I would "freeze" and we got to explore every level of the Eiffel Tower and took in the simply perfect nighttime views of the city of Love! We even managed to sneak a bottle of champagne in with us and enjoyed it at the very top :) Good way to enjoy my first true glass ...
Nothing like a memorable trip to kick off a new chapter! As I get ready to spend a week abroad in Paris & London, I'm excited to share this marks the start of a new adventure for me. After an incredible seven years with Cintas Corporation, I'm starting a new opportunity with Hyland Software in Westlake, OH (western CLE suburb) as a Business Development Consultant. As most of you know, I'm pretty specific ...
... Wednesday (6/10): Day trip to Windsor Palace, Stonehenge & Bath - Thursday (6/11): Fun day around London with Kristina, including Globe Theater, Tea at Harrods, Kensington Palace/Garden, Hyde Park, and a stroll through Notting Hill - Friday (6/12): Soak up the last few hours in London before heading back to the U.S. Now, on to packing! I'll report back in a ...
Due to the impending weather, we decided against heading west into the storm, and opted to go our separate ways to head home from Summerville. No Hillbilly Hotdogs on this trip!
I headed up 19N to 79N to the PA/OH Turnpike. Susanne and Jessika headed north together to take the back roads home.
I stopped at a rest area in Pennsylvania, and was pleasantly surprised that there was ...