River Terrace Inn
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Outdoor pool
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Having spent the weekend in a final frenzy of last minute errands, packing, farewells, and hyperventilation, we ended up with about a half hour free before it was time to leave for the airport. This time was largely spent pacing. When we went to check in on Sunday night, the web site informed us that Olivia had no ticket; after a few phone calls we were able to get assurances that we just needed to check in at the gate and all would be well. This was not ...
... all in a rigidly futuristic, sleek architectural style. I've about had it with Zurich Airport.
Then, due to the French air traffic controllers being on strike, we were delayed at the gate so that British Airways could avoid flying OVER France to England, and fly over Germany instead. An hour late, we landed in a cool, gray, wet London. We hadn't eaten in hours, and we were exhausted.
... the evening. The thought had crossed our minds of staying at the lodge in Border City - the picture always looks better in the book - onward to Beaver Creek. Our room for the evening was adequate - happy to have a room - 6' x 6' bathroom, 2 double beds, no TV, no phone, no air - fan worked, sheets were clean and you could open the window - happy to be inside we're back in mosquito country and it is raining again. The first thing we do is ...
... there were benches cut into the hill to rest on the way up. We certainly worked off our lunches! We entered the garden off the driveway and realized that this wasn't your typical overly manicured garden. Under the deck as you enter the garden is Grotto di Santa Basura (more "Holy Trash" would be displayed throughout the garden). Jana's house straddles the top of a long ravine with a year round creek ...
... Ernest Hemingway's first wife and the story of their years together in Paris in the 1920s. The portrayal of Hemingway and the general lifestyle in the film accorded rather well with the portrayal in that novel.) No one thought this was Allen's best work--rather predictable. Personally, I think he's losing his touch. Getting old, maybe, and resting on his laurels rather than trying for anything new. See my similar comments ...