The Regency Inn & Suites, Riverside
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... barely 2m from the door I check my phone, no reception. I swing around and return. After a lot of mucking around, I'm given a new phone. Problem solved. I use my newly found reception and find a bookstore which is across the street, behind the mall. I drive over and am struck by an awesome sight. The biggest bookstore ever. I wonder in and am awestruck. This store has everything. I was chasing some travel books, and thought I knew what I wanted but I am ...
... have any questions and become initial, imaginative and different. Colored bridal gowns may very well be difficult to acquire since they're a lot of favorite, but you could do some searching online regarding designs after which it visit the qualified tailor that will make your perfect apparel. If some others will try to help coerce one to quit on this concept as well as select a whitened gown, never let these impact a ...
This travel journal is dedicated to my mother, Mary Parker Case who inspired us with her diaries and travel journals spanning more than five decades.
When I asked her why she kept daily journals, she responded with a smile, "Because memories can play tricks over time."
Travel of all kinds held true fascination for her. Sometimes it involved a major move to a new country like ...
... again, through the worst storm the southwest has seen in 40 years, only to arrive at the bottom of the Cajon Pass in San Bernardino and find that the freeway was closed due to a mudslide. I was trying to make it to the house before Mom got home from work, but I had taken too many delays because of weather. I would be driving through bad weather, pull over to sleep and let the weather pass, then drive on again only ...
... our furniture on craigslist, cleaned out our closet, gave some stuff to Salvation Army, and put the rest of our belongings in storage.
3. Purchased our outbound air tickets (one way, Cfares, $450 each to Hong Kong)
4. Got our Chinese visas (double entry, 6 months, $130 each)
5. Bought our Japan Rail passes (1 week unlimited transport, $303 each)
6. Purchased travel insurance ...