The Peerless Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... moment was spent with Margaret and friends either at the lake or one of our favorite bars. The final two nights were filled with friends and drinks, with love and memories always to be cherished. It was very difficult and saddening to leave Tahoe, although I knew it would only be a temporary move. It has become home and the place to which I will ultimately return. For me, it is the place in this world I feel most ...
Today, it really hit me that in fifteen short days, I will be embarking on the long flight to Africa. To "gear up" for the trip, I have been doing some light reading and watching DVDs about Africa to educate and learn as much as possible before arriving in Kenya/Tanzania. I have also started to gather my traveling necessities, which has been a harder task than expected!
Traveling with me will be ...
... far back say well before the birth of Jesus. Now that’s truly mind boggling,isn’t it?
The weather, somewhat perversely because we were moving steadily northwards into temperate climate zones, was showing signs of stabilizing and warming up, at least during the day. We had seen no rain for quite a while and once away from the immediate coast the cold NW wind was
hardly noticeable. Maybe we’ll be able to swim again……
... threatened by the anglo-Americans (the Capulets). It made for a bit of a mish-mash of costumes, but an effective set, quite different from the traditional Verona. The Romeo and Juliet were quite good, young looking, and played the parts as rash and suitably impressionable. Generally a satisfying production.
We had dinner at the Standing Stone Brewery house that we were familiar with... great pizza and a hummus dip, with wonderful double brewed IPA. ...
... Braxton and Logan will graduate this year and go to college in the fall. Rick was medically retired from the army in August of 2011 he has PTSD and a TBI. I have been very lucky to be able to stay home with Rick and our children. Over the last three years we have changed a lot we have tried to eat healthier and concentrate on being happy and eco friendly and enjoying the ...