The Canterbury Inn
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... the pictures will begin from there. We will be visiting sites in Arizona, New Mexico and Texas. The highlight of this trip will be the Formula 1 race weekend in Austin, Texas the last weekend of October. ...
Our first check out of the hotel this morning went particularly well. We managed to leave a few minutes ahead of schedule. Then a simple question from one staff member to another was asked, "Have you got your passport?"
"Yes, I emptied the safe last night so I wouldn't forget it."
One mention of the word safe and the first staff member went pale and let out a scream that could have been heard back in NZ. He had left the passports in the room safe. "Turn the bus ...
... upon a very happening gay bar. Nothing more than a sign of good things to come I thought. There was almost an equal amount of guys and girls, and once our drag hostess was done with her twerking, the music started up again and everyone took to the floor. By this
point we had moved around the bar to gain a better view of the rowdiness. Only now did we realise all the girls were dancing with the girls and the guys with the guys. The girls seemed ...
... through the stories and photos, we thank you too for being a part of the experience- your love and interest was sincerely felt every step of the way. And to those who've been in our lives a while, giving us the knowledge, skills, and confidence to begin the journey in the first place, we thank you with our whole hearts.
Now that this most amazing adventure comes to a close, a new one awaits back home. Reconnecting with friends ...
... been a good day for me here so I will overlook it, but if you had been found by a member of the Uluru tribe you both would have been fined $5k and escorted from the park .To be fair, Kathy said, when we were inside the Cultural Center, there was a sign which warned "if any of your group break the rules, your entire group will be fined and escorted out of the park".
Justice... past and present...and what of the future?