- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... officers in case of a Soviet attack. After the tour we all met for dinner and an evening of reminiscing. Many in the group have got together for lunch monthly; Jayne attended one, when she was in Denmark last February.
Upon Jens' return from Denmark we drove to Pardeeville, Wisconsin, where Jayne has a camper, and spent two days there in idyllic surroundings doing yard work.
While back in Winthrop Harbor, IL, the ...
After enjoying the Lake we continued on in search of a camp ground to stay the night. When our GPS sent us to a gated community we found ourselves a little lost. We pulled off the road at a random spot and magically found another hidden gem.
This is the Little Tennessee River, just downstream from ...
... mane of hair, putting on makeup and getting dressed before going to bed! 'Auntie Bonney' discovered this when trying to awaken her in the morning after she experienced a sleepless, anxious night.She is THE GREATEST bookworm, preferring reading books, which she gets through in 2 days, to spending time on computer or phone like every other teenager! so that's a plus.
As Sam job hunts in a huge Mall, Ellen sits and knits, ...
... by at least one heavily armed security guy and excessively loud music via DJ, it was an orderly affair and the food was both plentiful and good-pork ribs, pulled pork, 2 types of chicken, hamburgers,hotdogs,,coleslaw,,potato salad, chunks of various melons and pineapple...and everyone, myself included, carting overly large plates stacked with too much for! Woe into the greedy who will become fat (if they arnt ...
... br> After MLK we went to the Franklin Delenor Roosevelt memorial. Roosevelt is the reason our current presidents cannot serve for more than 2 terms. He served for four and died during that fourth term. His memorial is divided into 4 parts representing the four terms. Since these memorials were all outside, this landscape architect built a water structure into each “room” of the memorial to represent each of his terms. The years of the early years, ...