BEST WESTERN Airport Inn
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... 2015: My 2nd organized trip to the Cliffs of Moher (and Burren, etc). Will it work - how will the weather be?</li>< ;li>Saturday, Sept 12th, 2015: Would like to do Connemara National Park and also enjoy Galway.</li><li>Sunday, Sept 13th, 2015: Plane to Innis Mor Island and spend the night.</li><li>Monday, Sept 14th, 2015: Plane back from Innis Mor ...
... we experience over 100 years of Idaho’s unique prison history with a visit to Solitary Confinement and a scary place called “Siberia”, normal cell blocks, maximum security cells and the Gallows.
The Idaho State Penitentiary is considered by many to be the most haunted building in the state. Even though the jail opened its cells in the 1870s, things didn't really get interesting until 1935 when it became one of the ...
... They are nocturnal and hard to see in the dark). The Maori tribe offers scholarships to members of the tribe, teaching the participants to be skilled wood and stone carvers and artisans weaving fabric from flax plants. Their wares can be found in the gift shop located at the exit of the exhibit. We purchased two Kiwi Christmas decorations and were out the door.
Guess we have visited Western Wyoming too often to linger in this area too long so we ...
My second sabbatical started off with a quick road trip to Boise in my new car, which made the trip much more enjoyable. It was cut short due to some schedule changes with the Re-Pipe at my condo but...that's a different entry.
First stop on Friday was Dad and Judene's house and then we met up with Brett, Andrea, Wade, Preston and Brendon for dinner at Olive Garden. Forgot how yummy the breadsticks ...
... car. She breaks into a wave of laughter and tells me to wrap myself in a blanket. “There aren’t any blankets here,” I tell her. “Just use this,” she tells me, pointing to the folded bedspread. “Fine!. I am going to use yours, since it’s your fault I am freezing.” “Go ahead. I don’t care.” I wrap myself in this golden blanket and resume what I am working on. Heidi walks to the mini fridge for ...