Inn At Red Hills
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... bedroom so it would fit! I doubt he will ever use it thought. He reformatted my old laptop so Phil can use it for email, internet and writing while at my place. Watched the movie Tarzan-the new one and it was good. I packed the car again-it is like a puzzle to get everything in where it needs to be. Cooking chicken for dinner tonight – we have 4 LARGE packages of spinach from the food bank-how do they think a single guy can use ...
... Step number one to get to “number two” was picking up the key at the front counter and advancing to the outside back location. Now this key will never get stolen or lost because it was attached to a solid ring the size of a frisbee. Apparently a customer had turned that single bathroom into her “private” library when we were there. So after 15 minutes of wait time we ...
... restaurant. It was raining and we had wet clothes and shorts on. It was a little fancy! But the food was absolutely amazing! The beer was great, and even desert was good! We then ran all the way home and got saturated by the rain, however it was an entertaining way to finish the day! An extra big thanks to BUM for her hospitality! It was an amazing part of our trip and we are very thankful! Second last day of our trip tomorrow! See you all soon! ...
... in contact on the phone or since the internet came to be, by email. They’ve shared major life milestones together – the last time we saw Stu was two years ago at his niece’s wedding.
I always thank Stu when I see him – it’s because of him that Harvey & I met in our senior year of high school on the ski lifts of the Concord Hotel in the New York Catskills. Stu’s family was spending ...
... reliable electricity and water, public sidewalks and adequate parking, much less decent roads and a citywide system of public transportation. Garbage is, as usual, tossed in empty lots by the side of the road. Gurgaon may represent “new India,” but without public services…well, you ...