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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... met Caroline Reel. Our Re-Tracing the steps trip took place in May and June of 2013 and was as close as we could make it to his original itinerary. We took a train from London to Portsmouth in the south of England and from there crossed the channel by ferry to Caen – from there we took a train to Bayeux, an inland little town just a few miles from the Normandy coast and Omaha Beach, where Gus had landed. We walked the sandy beaches of Omaha, Gold and Juno and the ...
... changing habitat and landscape. Lunch and dinner were excellent especially the steak and I enjoyed the company of others as we were sat on tables of four. Andy who could have been mistaken for a native given his dimensions was a fellow Brit and we enjoyed conversation and shared travel info. He heads up the pathology department at St Mary's Paddington. Also met a guy and his Japanese partner . He was a ...
... Captain Mike was great...one certainly needs a lot of energy for that role and he wowed us with his bad joke, stories and singing. Yes, we sang on the Duck bus. Emma kept asking 'how do you know that song'. We explained we do know some things she hasn't told us!
Onto the monorail to make the trip downtown and walk along 5th Ave (the other end). We made our way to Pioneer Square, but decided to skip the Underground Tour as the kids ...
... at 3.5% of vehicles sold this year, about the same as last year's 3.4%, according to Edmunds.com.
"It's not a huge market, but it's still important," Edmunds.com analyst Jessica Caldwell said. And "Sienna is one of the more popular minivans, a good fit for the Toyota family."
For its midcycle redo, Sienna doesn't get as many changes outside as it will inside. With such touches as optional black leather seats ...
... with a plan to go to Spain for 3 months, then Croatia
(different zone) for 3 months, then I don’t know-it will be winter, my income
will be ending, but I hope to have found something by then.
Of course the stark reality of getting rid of things which
bring me comfort, are useful or sentimental further unnerves me. I sometimes
wake at night in a panic. I will have 4
weeks of couch surfing, if I follow through on my end of June date (which I will