The Coachman Inn
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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... hour away for dinner. Talita suggested that they had the best Paneni sandwiches. She was right! After we ate we did a little gambling then headed home for bed.
It rained on and off most of the day and we had temperatures from as low 40 degrees to the mid 70’s. Other then the traffic through the big cities we had a pleasant travel day.
God bless all the young couples who are expecting little bundles of ...
I woke up early and got some work done. Karen got up and went down for breakfast. I finally went for breakfast. It turns out that the hotel carriers NBCSN channel – we were excited to be able to watch some of the Tour de France. We were more excited about going to the water to see if we could see the Nimitz pull out of port. We drove down the road to the Mukilteo Ferry. We did remember to ...
... on the amount of bacteria and other problem causers in your mouth. Make it a habit to floss every day. Don't even try going a day without flossing. Many people may find this a hassle. After all, flossing can be annoying. Done daily, however, flossing will be something you get used to doing that you'll get it done in only a couple of minutes each time. Make sure you floss properly. You'll be able to reach those places your toothbrush can't reach when you floss. Flossing also ...
... to being on the road again and seeing some sights and friends along the way home and also miss the friends and family back home. We have been gone almost 12 weeks. One stop along the way home is Cabela's RV Park at their store in Sidney, NE. Anyone need anything?
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Went to Walmart and bought my non-resident saltwater fishing license......$60. This state doesn't nickel and dime you to death, they quarter and half-dollar you to death. And not just non-residents, residents too. Glad I am just visiting. Anyway, I bought a few of the rigs they use here to catch them and I am ready to go. Probably go Monday and Tuesday. ...