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- High-speed internet in room
- Conference facilities
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... book and TripAdvisor reviews, I began to feel overwhelmed. The trip budget kept going up, I worried that Josh wouldn't have a good time, I was afraid New Zealand wouldn't measure up to my expectations, and finding a decent hotel in Auckland was the bane of my existence (another first world problem). Now that the trip is over and we are back home, we can confidently say that all the time, money, and lack of destination winter ...
... the time they were folded down into uncomfortable seats. It didn’t matter as we spent all our time in the dining car, eating or up the back in the dome cars, talking. The train was full of travellers and travellers always have a story to tell. Everyone was going somewhere and until we reached Jasper and all the tourists got on we had a select crowd of Canadians and Americans.
The food on the train was amazing. I think I ate every scrap that was put in front ...
... only to find out contrary to what we were told on the phone, that we weren't allowed to park there and would be subject to towing. We decided to leave the RV on the street for 2 days and had luckily had no problems. It was wonderful to see my brother & my Mother who has improved since a knee replacement in February. Nothing too interesting to photograph in the rain. Expenses: Gas for motorhome $275. Propane for RV $40. Gas for Honda ...
... wrong. We are planning on making a pit stop at the trailer village where Grandma and Grandpa Reavie used to go.
Side Note: there is a famous butterfly conservatory in Phoenix, so perhaps we'll visit and be sure to laugh grandly and yawn exaggeratedly while in the snuggly enclosed butterfly gardens. The next morning - wherever we wake up from - we embark on our longest driving day so far, 6 hours from Phoenix to the West Coast community of La Jolla (I plan on ...
... having been up for almost 24 hours! I don't know how we did it, but it must have been the adrenaline. To boot, I got a nasty cold the day before and could only drag my sorry butt to work for a couple hours the morning of my last day. We both booked that afternoon off to cram in as many last minute details as possible, R at the block doing the best he could to keep things afloat while away, and me packing and cleaning. I think our little pit ...