Sleep Inn & Suites Pontoon Beach
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- Reduced mobility rooms
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... round chatting, kids watching TV. Levi was getting real tired and flaking with his blanket. Zoey kicked the men off the sofa to make up her bed. At this point we took our leave to go back to our quiet room for 10.30pm. After Aiden said it takes him ages to sleep, he in fact was asleep & softly snoring only 20 minutes later, while my Blog was updated and Andy watched Netflix on his phone. It was nice to be done by 11pm and be able to sleep this side of midnight for a ...
... Oregon. It's such a small world. Here's how...follow along closely. Larry was born in Oregon, Travis was from Oregon, Debbie lived in Oregon and her cell phone cover was of the Oregon Ducks. Larry and I obviously knew each other...but Larry attended Mizzou and graduated the spring before I started. Debbie proceeds to us that the last time she was in Sydney was for the Olympics. Debbie worked as a production assistant for both ABC and NBC and had been to ...
... decided to just ride it to the end so we could thaw out a little, at the end of the line we sat for about 10 minutes while the new driver did all her checks but we didn't mind cos we were warm! On the return we got out not far from where we got on and wandered through Citygarden which is gorgeous, full of sculptures and I can just imagine how gorgeous it would be in summer. Getting cold again ...
... the ride to the top after a brief questionnaire as to weather we had a fear of heights or claustrophobia. I have a little of both but did not plan on that getting in the way...figuring it would not be a big deal.
We were lined up to enter our pods to take us up to the top when the doors opened. Holy god, this pod was miniature. I took a few deep breaths and decided I could do it. The ride was only 4 minutes to the top...I can do this. ...
... are you? Back home now?I'd like to thank you again for your postcard and those encouraging words. It is truly one of the best gifts I've ever had. I've just decided to be a teacher two years ago and I've really enjoyed it. Although there are ups and downs, and sometimes self-doubts, I want to be a good teacher. And your words make me believe I can be one.Thank you again and really hope to see you next year. All the best Emma