Budget Host Inn Mankato
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- Smoking rooms available
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave in room
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... shores of Lake Michigan ever since I met Gail, so today was the day. We by-passed the metropolis called Milwaukee and headed over to a town called Port Washington. The first place we stopped was a fish shop called EWIG'S that Gail and her hubby Rog used to stop at. They used to get smoked chubs at this place and then go picnic at a park over looking the lake. No more chubs are to be had. It seems the mussels are/have eaten all the plankton from ...
... br> I drove over to my old camping spot in Waterville after the family gathering on a chance that Scott's Campground might have an empty spot for me. As luck would have it they did, and I set up ol Charlie on the very first spot I ever had in this park eight years ago. GaZooks, the little tree that was on the spot grew up and blocked my TV reception, so I had to move. (A man has to watch his TV and play with his clicker don't cha know)...Anyhow, they ...
Thanksgiving was a pretty big deal in the house I'm staying in, I guess it was sort of like christmas at home where everyone gets together for lunch except they eat things at different times. Over here most of the salads had cream in them and they had a jelly dish with the main meal but all in all was a good day we played a game ...
... Another great evening with old friends.
Day 10 was a trip up to the Grand Canyon. Amazingly many of us had never been there. We'd been all over the world and had yet to visit one of the greatest attractions in the U.S. This was the day set aside for the sightseers. The motorcycles had their day at the Tail. The others had their special day here. Oddly enough, everyone enjoyed both the challenge of the Tail and the majesty of the Canyon. It was great spending time with Laura. ...
... the ones you press to stop the traffic, so you can cross the street.
It confused me that night in Chicago, because i thought that perhaps i was just missing them - i must have looked a right idiot walking around the poles looking for a button to press!
Then there are other little things, like the fact that the powerpoints here do not have on/off switches, & the lightswitches work in the ...