River Terrace Inn
- Airport Transportation
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... Bali leg, and then found the transit hotel. None of us were really sure what time it was; Olivia dropped off immediately, then Cindy and I. Elias bopped around some but eventually keeled over. I woke up around 6AM, tired but remarkably feeling as though it was 6AM; the combination of flight timing and the stay in the transit hotel seemed to have beaten most of the jet lag. We got up, showered, watched the planes taxiing across the bridge over the highway, ...
... I'll buy a secure travel bag like the VaultPro that is slash-proof. A money belt and an RFID blocker for my passport and credit cards are essential as well. I'll use two wallets, storing most of my money and cards in my money belt, and whatever I need for the day in a regular wallet I could lose/give to a mugger if need be.
But first I'll check out daypacks. Just ordered a few from REI.
... by 5:00 PM. Rule of the Road - when you do not have a reservation stop early - that includes camping. We walked around with cameras in hand discovering the historical churches and monuments in Haines Junction - we checked out the Catholic Church (built in 1954) constructed from Quonset huts left after the construction of the Alaska Highway - this is the second church we have seen built from Quonset huts the other was in Beaver Creek.
... slope culminating in a vessel-like pool with an exposed edge some fourteen feet from the ground. The lowest deck cantilevers out over a hillside garden path of crushed reclaimed concrete. The rust and greys of the house are echoed in the plants and hardscapes of the garden. A visible net zero photovoltaic solar system signals the sustainability built into this house. We were also given a sneak peak of the interior of the house.
Just down the street ...
... about. We also watched the 49ers game with Dad; that was the first football game I've watched in a decade at least. Turned out to be a pretty interesting one; nothing decided until the penultimate play (4th and 2 for the Seahawks; they blew it and the 49ers only had to run the last 13 seconds out). Play of the day, though, was in the highlight film, and consisted of a ...