Red Carpet Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... stick. It snaps, tree flying in all directions, and she raises what’s left to hit him again and again. Each blow sounds like a carpet being beaten for dust. Seb and I sit staring, books in hand and can only say “Holy ****.”
Thankfully, this seems to be all the action. The man is clearly defeated, and whatever his crimes he isn’t about to belt this woman back with his bare hands. At least not right now. She bellows at him to ...
... to do this week is have a substatnial lunch and then grab a snack from the VIP Lounge for dinner. I had a lovely tomato and gorgonzola soup and then a pasta with chicken and asparagus in a cream sauce. Very tasty though the soup could have been warmer. Fletcher had Minestrone and then a chicken fettucine in a tomato/cream sauce. Both were very nice he said. We then tried to find the Tsunami bookshop but didn't go far enough to find it. Another day!
After a ...
... in heaven with Ken and Grama McCluskey now, shining down like a bright piggy light, watching over us and keeping us safe in your warmth. Every time I hear a loud shrill or shriek I will think of you as a baby screaming bloody murder, bringing attention from the neighbors when we carried you out to pee. And every time I hear a fat man snoring I will be reminded of the fat, sassy, ***** of a gilt you grew to ...
... two fold, one, to act as a buffer when the river runs high and two, to provide a very nice park for the citizens of the city. We stop at the greenbelt park and the four of us take a stroll.
Harrisburg was named as an All American City finalist in 2006 and won the 2002 Award Of Excellence from the League of Oregon Cities. The business district is handily located adjacent to the greenbelt. As with many farming communities this town seems to be ...
... a book called ‘Witches, Midwives & Nurses’, but end up with the book ‘Witch hunt, The History of a persecution’. I’m curious about the history of this topic and the similarities with cases against midwives nowadays, because the stories I’ve been hearing the past two days are so horrific I can hardly believe it’s true. But I’m afraid that they are, which I’ll find out for sure on Tuesday. The day ...