Town & Country Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... people had woken up post Halloween parties and had opened up shop for the day. I still wasn't feeling great. I'm not sure if it was all post flight or if I have just picked up some bug because I haven't felt well on and off the last few days. Either way at some point I felt I had to force myself to eat something before our 10 hour bus ride. This time we were taking the bus from Nazca to Arequipa and we had learned from our previous mistakes and we booked the more ...
... own apples and activities which the little kids would love - wagon rides, hay bales to climb, a camel to look at.
Route 66 is not one continuous road so we needed to keep our eyes open for the signs. Also the route has 2 different routes from just south of Staunton to Springfield. We did not notice this until we thought we had lost the route just after Gillespie. We had a lovely detour along farm roads that I bet rarely ever get anyone other ...
Some trip facts. We will have traveled over 4,000 miles, consumed over 500 gallons of gas but have had a tremendous time. Been in 12 states too. Final details when we get home.
We are only going a short distance today as we are targeting reaching Kalamazoo, MI to pick up our brother-in-law Dick Wilson on Friday the 12th. His wife Gail is attending her 50 year reunion of her Bronson College of Nursing class 1964. She will drive to Grand Rapids on Sunday and will stay for about ...
I experienced the first snow already. That was a shock; and it was beautiful at the same time. I certainly was not ready for that and realized more things I had to go out and buy, such as a window scraper!!
Friday, 11/8, I learned that Binky, our Dachshund, had crossed the Rainbow Bridge. With that news, came a lot of sadness and a spiral downward about all the loss I have experienced in the past few months. I did ...
... I’ve ever attempted. What we hadn’t realized was the effects that the altitude would have on us. Cabanaconde is almost 3,500 meters above sea level where the air is thin and it’s normal to feel short of breath just from walking up a flight of stairs. It’s advised to spend a few days acclimating to such great heights before undertaking any strenuous activity.
I’m not sure how to recount the horror of the ...