Holiday Inn Express Jefferson City
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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She's a really fit teacher, steamy like shisha, I wish I could reach up her breaches and teach her how to be a bad girl, like tracy beaker, but sneakier
Each week her beaver explodes with my dynamite, I'm like a creeper
She shaves that snatch neater than Margaret thatcher styles her ****, I can tell you that, smack my schwanz on your tongue, and drink that ...
Skipping breakfast we made our way to the local Farmers Market and enjoyed fresh coffee and fresh fruit. We strolled through town, which was very deserted and ended up at the Liberty Memorial which gave us a great view of the KC skyline! We were interested to learn, here and see more about the Jazz In the area and sneeked into the museum. Charles "Charlie" Parker, Jr. (August 29, 1920 – March 12, ...
... hilarious dinner conversations I've ever had. We were all cracking up the entire time telling stories. I absolutely love visiting them -- we are all constantly laughing and making jokes. I had a really great time in Cincinnati again, and took off this morning to drive further west back towards Colorado at about 10 am after the rain let up a little bit.
The absolute key to this trip had been chocolate chip cookies. Lots of the people I ...
... No. Not gonna cut it anymore.
Trisha states in her review of Avril Lavigne’s Hello Kitty catastrophe that she sees nothing wrong with the video as she “knows everything about Japan.” She then goes on to tell us about how the word “arigatou” means “hello”.
Trisha’s intelligence once again shines in her video about how God intended animals to be killed for food. Her reason ...
... on-the-nose for a political building?
The tour was focused primarily on the art within the Capitol. The "ranger" told a story of the state raising too much money for the construction of a new building (completed 1917) through municipal bonds; the leftover amounts went toward art for the interior. It was impressive. Opulent dome, statues, paintings; my favorite ...