Holiday Inn Express La Porte
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... ve been on TA forever), but so far I love love love it and wished I had done this 5 years ago.
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... and Maxi the notary was a very knowledgeable guy. We are now truly living on the road, homeless except for the trailer we haul behind us. Our realtor went out to the house to remove the lock box and was astounded at the number of leaves in the driveway. We were overjoyed that they are no longer our problem to rake up! Being homeless does have its perks!
... The Hostel is nice and clean, havent met the rooms mates yet as they are all out but there is a Blues night tonight so have put my name down to go so will let you know how it goes. I hope you are all ok and having fun without me!! I still cant find anywhere to upload photos, i thought a Hostel would let me but OH NO, darn it!! and they are so good too!! If you want to email me you can on Dean@travelpod.zzn.com Speak soon and be good peeps. Miss you all ...
... pics). Benjie will be in Japan at the same time as us and may send an email! Even though Benjie objected we left soon after to get a nap at the hotel after being sundrenched all day. We made a quick dinner reservation at the Signature Room @ the 95th floor of the Hanock Tower for 9:30 before falling asleep. Unfortunately we were pretty tired and slept until 9:15 by accident! I dragged Chris out of bed and we rushed ...
... day, our last one in Québec, was spent climbing the steep terraces of the Old Town. We sat on the green, near the battlements, awed by the vistas that unrolled suddenly before our eyes as the tin roofs of the town stepped quietly aside: the magnificent stronghold of Château Frontenac with its numerous flags flying in the wind dominated the view, presided over the city, beneath it opened the widening estuary of the Saint-Lawrence River, and beyond - gently rolling hills, ...