William Inn & Restaurant
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- Continental Breakfast
- Pets allowed
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... br> However, there is no reason to rush too much. Last night we went bowling with my family and ended up singing "Wagon Wheel" at an open mike in Hollidaysburg! Also Dylan now knows what a "siesta" is, which is always a plus.
I'll update everyone when we have the new group of four together!
Also, thanks to Mirasol for uploading pictures when I'm not near a computer!
... leaps on the sofa in addition to another individual is saying "down, " even though someone else is letting him or her spend time way up there, just how on the planet is actually he previously planning to find out what you would like? Consistency would be the essential on your achievement. INCLUDE REASONABLE TARGETS Transforming habits will take moment. You might want reasonable objectives with regards ...
So we were in the parking lot of a gas station looking at my tire when a random guy rolled down his window and asked if we were looking for a motorcycle shop. "Yes" we replied. He pointed and said "there's one just over that building across the street". After a short detour to find exactly how to get to it we pulled up. The service manager came out and before I could even get a ...
... as yelp came up blank. He sent us to a hot dog place (!), saying "Anne Lo's has the best breakfast in town!" (This turned out to be "Inlow's," actually, but neither Tim nor I got that until we saw the sign.) Possibly this is because it has the only breakfast in town, as the breakfast itself was nothing to write home about (so I won't). It was, however, very cheap, and no, you don't get hot dogs. Regular eggs, bacon, toast, and so forth.
... 8221; and so on.. So this theater turned it down.
Interesting. This is not the first time we’ve found drive-in staff (especially projectionists, who have nothing to do before the movie starts) willing to tell us all about the theater.
The movies were less interesting. First up was Elysium, directed by the same guy who directed District 9, which, I gather, became something of ...