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... to my right got comfortable and the business man to my left spread out. Needless to say, I was thrilled when the plane landed.
The troubles of our flight and our less than attractive rental car were soon assuaged, however, by the charms of the Santa Nella House B&B. Leanna greeted us with enthusiasm and showed us to the Gold Room, where w could not only view the Korbel vineyards, but there was a bottle of champagne waiting on us in heart shaped towels. I love this ...
... was covered in black and orange (the team colours) to the point where Helen felt she needed to buy a hat so she felt part of the home crowd (I had already bought a hat ahead of time).
I explained the rules of the game to Helen and she tried to focus on anything other than the chilling winds causing her body to shake. I think the veggie hot dog helped warm her up a little, but we were both rather chilly as the Arizona Diamondbacks (the away team) ...
... a lot of its prisoners after being open for 30 years in the 1934-1963. It is 2 miles off the shore of San Francisco. It housed a lot of big name prisoners like Al Capone and Robert "Birdman" Stroud, Most of this jail is still open to the public including the lighthouse, library, cells, recreation yard and warden's house. It takes about two hours to tour the whole prison. Several people tried to escape from ...
... fish parts, vegetables and other debris in the drain - YUK! (Sign on all picnic tables -"Keep A Clean Camp Bears In Area") and (b) unsupervised children trashing the restrooms.
8/24 - After we packed up camp we drove over to the Sol Duc Hot Springs Lodge, had breakfast, took a shower and soaked in the hot springs - nice. While we were eating breakfast a Boy Scout troop that had been backpacking in the Olympic Mountains, came in and looked ...
... by the "No Hitchhiking" sign. We were on our way to Stewart - we had been told that we would see sun light about 10 to 25 kilometers out of town - the gentleman was right. Along the highway we saw fields of fireweed going to seed - we had been told by several people that the fireweed bloom marked the end of summer and the coming of winter - so just as as the bloomed out fireweed signaled winter it too signaled the end ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility