- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... them and skip the tip even if you get where you want to go.
Now that my boys are old enough to dress themselves and to roll their eyes at my astounding array of ineptitudes, I am left with very little to do except worry and drive them around to wherever they direct me. I am a mouth that spills platitudes. A shopping cart that fails, again and again, to remember that orange juice with pulp is too disgusting to drink. When I wake up in the ...
... type space. I enjoyed a Belgian pumpkin (heavy on the Belgian - I never caught the pumpkin but was okay with that), and Husb tried their IPA. From there, we sat outside at Full Sail with a view over the traintracks and highway to the river full of windkiters and sailboats on a very windy day. The seats were great but the beers were just okay, and it was on to Double Mountain. I am not an IPA fan, and there ...
... covered with yellow balsamroot in full bloom and with the river meandering through the flat and scores of horses grazing in the green pastureland along the edge of the hills; it was a beautiful site.
Abruptly the green rolling hills transitioned into pine forest; we stopped at Brooks Memorial State Park for a lunch break. We had wanted to inspect ...
... 8217;s mom Ramona and our friend Cathi, who, even though she is from Canada, is a sun worshipper, and is running from winter like me.
The funniest thing about this trip is that when I invited a bunch of people to join us, they said yes! And now we’ll be in Nicaragua. Together. Freaking hilarious.
Now to admit the obvious: the aspects of the Guatemala trip that we really loved--spending ...
... a unique experience for us was that we took a hidden trail to it. Last time Chris was here, the main trial was closed due to construction; however, he saw people down by the falls, and discovered an alternate trail that was even better due to the fact that it passed right under the Columbia River Scenic Highway bridge just below the falls. This route was definitely much more scenic and less congested.
Last but not least was the waterfall Chris dubbed ...