Holiday Inn Express La Porte
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... 8211; 5 - IN – 3 - IN – 2 - IN – 1 (Dinner!) We have driven through Cardin/Mikulski territory, Casey/Toomey, Portman/Brown, Coats/Donnelly territory so far! Oh my gosh – Alex and I just pulled up to the restaurant where we have a reservation for 5:45 only to suddenly realize we’ve switched time zones and we’re an HOUR EARLY!! Wow!! ...
So after a rain delay on Sunday we left the track about 10 PM, we drove about an hour into IN. and stopped at a T/A (no that does not stand for tits and ass) dirty minded people.......its a truck stop.....anyway we pulled in for the night and got up early and got some breakfast at the truck stop (truck stop breakfast is always good) and left early to finish up the trip to Norwalk Ohio. It always amazes me how the parking lot of all truck stops we ...
Just a quick summary of my trip to China in Spring of 2008. I departed from Portland, OR connected in San Francisco (my favorite airport) then flew to Shanghai China. It was my first time overseas so it was really excting for me. I took a bullettrain that went over 200 kilometers per hour to get to the area where our hotel was located and met up with the other ten people in the group. I loved ...
Today we woke up nice and refreshed, and headed off for the tour Chris booked: an architecture tour aboard a boat along the Chicago River. Chris booked through Seadog Tours, although he later heard the "other" boat tour company was better. This was a one hour tour on the river followed by a short speedboat ride on the lake. Weather was not too good in the morning, it was drizzling and cool. The tour guide on the boat was about 19 or 20 and a little annoying, but ...
... European town as the obligatory glass-and-steel modern buildings of downtown clustered off to the side and out of view. Pedestrian steps resonated sweetly on narrow cobblestone streets. The unfolding perspectives revealed a town seeped in history, indeed fermented in it as the famous confit de canard served virtually in every restaurant here. A sense of admiration for the Quebecois asserted itself in my mind, a respect for their stoic ability to carve a niche for themselves - and ...