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... you weren't familiar with the area so we got back in the car and headed further south......then the madness ensued; we all started having stomach pains/cramping and needed to find a bathroom! Finally we found a camp ground with bathrooms that had plumbing and we ALL had to go....must have been that overpriced diner food....I swear I get a stomach ache everytime we go anywhere out of town.....my stomach was uneasy for the remainder of the morning and I decided it was probably a bad idea ...
... Rises - all black rubber portcullises and pointy black finials on the staircases.
Costumes: Glittery - the word "pageant" sprang to mind.
Richard had many afflictions:
A gammy leg (in calipers)
An extraordinary limp
A huge hump
A withered arm
A twisted hand
A terrible wig
A complete inability to pronounce English place names properly.
These were some of his afflictions.
Buckingham was tiny. I ...
We left Reno after a quick oil change and made great time all the way to Oregon. We met up with Brodie and traveled for a couple hours before finding a stop to camp at low altitude before our trip to Crater lake.
We have a beautiful spot, located right on the Rogue River. Amazingly it is in cell range - thus this quick update.
Off to cook hamburgers on the fire - cold beer in hand.
... driving the 20 mile stretch to San Francisco. We did not plan for traffic, but we should have. There were a lot of cars on the road. We drove along the foggy coast for a while. Then the road began to climb and the next few miles were like an amusement park ride…up the foggy hill, into a mile long tunnel through a mountain, out of the tunnel onto a very high bridge, across the bridge and straight into the woods and down the hill on a winding road ...
... and pharmacy aisles. It was also quite an eye opener to note what the average shopper’s cart or shopping trolley contained – little fresh produce such as fruit and vegetables (although most supermarkets have big and well stocked displays), but plenty of convenience products, the inevitable pack of Coke or Pepsi and an assortment of other items. It has to be said, the Americans we came across in the supermarkets we shopped in didn’t look that
happy with their ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services