Red Roof Inn Salem
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... around the same time.. judging from the baggage claim board. It took over an hour to get through, and the agent at the desk was thorough, which is good, but meant it took longer. As a result, by the time I reached the hotel it was dark so I decided against wandering about. Food and bed would do for tonight. Let's see which stupid o'clock my eyes decide to ping open ...
... day to do the touristy thing. It nice here and there's wifi so I can keep up with emails. I've managed to leave my laptop lead in Wisconsin though, so I'm ipad dependent, but it should be ok. Had a dilemma this morning......what to wear? So I plumped for a fellowship polo, some casual slacks and comfortable shoes.......so pretty much how I usually dress ;) I didn't want to go smart as it was 90 degrees when I arrived and no one needs to see me being a hot ...
... specialty here, but they are nowhere near as tasty as our own south coast oysters, but it was good to try. I (Richard) had another lobster roll and I am starting to see why Emily and others told us to eat them - very nice. Today was cool and overcast and I piked from going for a run, as we were planning a long walk and my knee was sore too. After finishing a local postal service shop and sending back some clothes we will not need and a ...
... in the face of political instability, and also aiming to secure access to key resources like oil in Gabon and uranium in *****. This article in Al-Jazeera paints a brief but accurate snapshot of France's ongoing influence peddling in its former African colonies.
The Belgians really saw their colonies, which included the Congo, Rwanda, and Burundi, as private fiefdoms fit solely for total economic exploitation. In the Congo, ...
... them, chapter by chapter. Sure you can skip around the book reading different sections, but you really can't be digitally multi-tasking in the process.
Mobility: Guess what may not be readily available while backpacking through rural Tanzania, Malawi, and Zambia? Unless I'm Thomas Friedman (I will keep digging at him whenever I can!), it's the internet. And even if it is available via mobile phone, it's never ...