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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... with clean laundry facilities and rest rooms, but it is right next to I-10, with the train tracks on the other side. Very noisy all night long.
The most exciting attraction we saw this time was Old Tucson. It is an old western movie set that was built in 1939 for the movie Arizona, starring William Holden. It's been added to over the years and there have been several movies and televison shows filmed there including Tombstone, Three Amigos, ...
... halfway between Charleston and Hilton Head where we spent the better part of two weeks. Sraddha had the opportunity of a lifetime to paddle board </a>too. By then we had decided to head west for the winter but first ...
... Not a lot happened on this day. We spent it mostly in the car. The road trip was pretty fun. It's nice spending a day driving through unfamiliar territory, not really knowing exactly where you're going next or what you're going to do. When we arrived in Amarillo, we went for a walk, had a traditional Mexican barbecue for dinner and then checked out the famous Cadillac Ranch on Route 66 in Amarillo. Cadillac ranch is a roadside attraction along historical Route ...
... They are all able to be ready to fly within a week… rows and rows of F14, F 16, F 100, rows of helicopters, large planes, jet engines… I can’t remember all the names; we got so many different names told. Best of all those planes sitting there are worth 43 Billion US $ - in case you wonder where the tax money goes… with 2 planes there each costing a little bit over 1 Bill US $ - no that’s a deal. Last ...
... be curious about how classes are going and I've been asked a fair bit so I thought I'd talk about it on here a little.
The courses seem, so far, to be considerably easier than back home and there are far fewer contact hours per week because we don't have tutorials! My classes are all about 1 hour 15 mins each and my classes are either 30 or 50 people in size, so are quite small. The lecturers really try to involve the class a lot- they don't like passive ...