The Towers At The Kahler Grand Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
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I was getting my hair done at Shear Perfection / Hair Port, when Rosemary strolled in to get her hair done. As we finished up, in walked Marti, ready to do her great work there, and it turned out her first customer was Gayle! What a small world, and what a great level of excitement! Thought we'd document this with a picture.
... There is a trail called the Root River State Trail that comes right through the area, so lots of people were there with their bikes. The restaurant is a huge white barn with tons of artifacts inside, and fantastic food, so we really lucked out. We met a couple at the campsite next to us and had supper with them - a really nice night out.
... of buildings, all with different names. The Gonda, the Mayo (named after the doctors not the samich spread Nellie, jeeze), the Plummer (maybe intestinal problems); and the Charleston ( Nope, not the dance). So anyhow I get up there and the gal at the counter says I can't check in til 930.
Whats a boy to do ??? Well begar my beauties, go git some coffee and pastries, that's what. So I did. Walked by the atrium and ...
... since we haven't been camped near a large town for awhile. Rochester has over 100,000 people so has most of the stuff we need. Bob's phone has decided to go funny so he is off trying to get it fixed in the local Apple Store, which, here, is actually a franchise. Yesterday we went to pick up our kayak. The guy who builds all the adaptions was a pretty cool guy and a good inventor. He lives in a tiny town called Chatfield with a population of around 2000 folks who all ...
... good time to Montgomery, about 9 miles from New Prague. Here we took a short detour west and then half a mile south on a gravel road (Becca said, "You guys rode 11 miles of this?!”) to see the little Budejovice church. It’s a tiny Catholic church built by Czech settlers in 1868 that had fallen into disrepair after the congregation moved to a bigger parish. It went over a century without being used. A few years ago a man with Stage 4 cancer felt led ...