Keizer Renaissance Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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... quick so that I can figure out where I'd camp for the night because dusk was slowly creeping in. The Supper Club turned out to be a fine-dining restaurant with prices to match, which I thought was delusory being that it was in the middle of nowhere. So the bartender's recommendation was that I go across the street to Charlie's Place because they were having a pizza night.
Let's just say that I will never forget Babb. I only meant to have ...
... helps some. Next stop was in Lyons to see niece Jenni, but she and the boys were not home – they were at swimming class. I left after talking with Mike a bit. Today is Kyle’s 4th birthday. He is obsessed with garbage trucks! His cake this year will have a garbage truck on it. He has every garbage truck toy there is! And for his birthday-his choice was a trip to the beach and do clean-up! Leaving there I took the back roads towards ...
... up early-to find a cat staring me in the face! Way too early to eat, for either of us! I had a light breakfast, showered and house things and then headed to Woodburn for the monthly get-together of my high school, class of ’58, friends. We had our usual good time and I really enjoy this as I only get to join them for June, July and the picnic in August! Leaving there I went across the freeway to see if Suzie was home from her ...
... Wells Fargo Museum in the Wells Fargo Building. This is really a nice display and included one of the oldest stagecoaches. From there on down to the waterfront and walked about ½ mile in both directions. Lots of geese and geese poop along the trail. I did one geocache that I had tried 2 times last year, and found it and then one more on the way home. I would guess around 3 mile walk and very nice afternoon. Watched the rest of the show and enjoyed ...
... another, walking and then going by boat sometimes. I also realized I would be going places where I could not speak the language. Unlike when I was younger - I suddenly felt fear in this. But, I kept planning.
I also began writing Women's travel groups asking them to consider a trip to China and to contact me if they did. Well, I got an email from Women Traveling Together a few months later stating ...