Knights Inn - Rensselaer
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Multilingual staff
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... getting to know them and really enjoyed the conversation. It doesn’t always happen, but it’s nice when we can meet the sponsor ahead of time. When we got back to the RV after dinner, Beth had just arrived, so of course we stayed up way too late catching up with her.
The next day, we had a really nice schedule…we visited a number of shops, many of which were ticket outlets, town hall, a senior center, and the ...
In just over a month, I will be in Spain! It seems crazy how fast this is all coming, but I am so excited to have this opportunity.
I wanted to start this blog in order to keep everyone updated on my travels throughout Spain and other parts of Europe (but mostly Spain). I plan on designating at least one afternoon or evening a week to share what has been going ...
O googled Costa Rica or Bust and as I scrolled down I found a photo of a young man who looks exactly like my 18yr old son. I had my son and all of our family and friends look at the photo. They all thought it was my son. I would love to know who the young man in the photo is. I`ve never had anyone look so much like someone else in my life.!!
... better leading towards Marrakesh, and
later I discovered that I gone a little bit further I would have found
the N1, but the Garmin wanted to lead us to, because eventually that was
the road we ended up on, quite bumpy in parts, but not the worst road
we have being on!
I did the GPS cordinance in to the
campground that we want to go to, I found the link on a travelling
Africa website, a couple had stayed here and had posted the GPS ...
... Top 10), Cuzco is an even more beautiful and cultural place. Even the nearby sacred valley of Inca offers a lot of activities to choose: white water rafting along Urubamba River (part of Amazonian system); shopping for Incan crafts at Pisac Sunday market; wandering through less famous Incan sites such as Sacsayhuaman and Ollantaytambo. Of course, no experience can rival that of trekking ...