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... later those plans are now reality as we head out West in the RV with four people and two dogs to spend a week in the mountains visiting friends, hiking, biking, a little bit of boot scoot boogying and whatever else comes our way (no plans can sometimes make for the best plans) It takes a lot of planning to provision the RV, pack for the climate changes in the mountains and also plan for meals. Speaking of meals, last night after work I went to the ...
... was a legitimately good meal. Even though we felt like we had to be the only people from so far away to ever stumble on this little place, we were wrong. They had a big map of the United States up on the wall and you could put a little star where you were from. Kansas was covered in stars, but people had been there from all over. The person that signed the guest book above us was from Brazil. Lindsey was actually the ...
I moved to Manhattan a little less than a month after arriving at Fort Riley. I spent that time in-processing and house hunting while staying at Derek and Amanda's house on post while they were at NTC and in Easton. Eventually we settled on renting a home in northwest ...
... the course became a reality. 7 students - 6 from Engineering and 1 from music - met once a week to discuss Music and Structure, beginning with common terms that "bridged" the disciplines. Then we would discuss specific composers or structures in and around Prague that would be the focus of our two week trip in May. This blog is the trip. ...
... them for us, but that was probably the last time for a while that we won't get any questions on how to make that or what it is, or won't get the drink back and wonder how they made it or what is actually is. We slept in the Scamp and it was cold. Very cold, but a good way to practice with our set up and heater, and nice to know we can survive the cold - I'm hoping we won't encounter 20 degree temps again until we are in the ...
Other places to stay in Manhattan
530 Richards Drive, Manhattan | 3 star hotelfrom $99
1641 Anderson Avenue, Manhattan | 3 star hotelfrom $139
300 Colorado Street, Manhattan | 2 star hotelfrom $115
501 E. Poyntz Avenue, Manhattan | 2 star hotelfrom $98
150 East Poyntz Avenue, Manhattan | Hotelfrom $83
601 East Poyntz Avenue, Manhattan | 2 star hotelfrom $80
410 South 3rd Street, Manhattan | 3 star hotelfrom $124
505 South 17th Street, Manhattan | Hotelfrom $89