Econo Lodge Inn Woodland
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... they envision an African country. It is also far from the Ebola crisis taking place right now in Western Africa. However, in some areas of Zimbabwe, one does need to take precautions against malaria.
English is the official language and a few years ago Zimbabwe adopted the US dollar as their currency. It has a president, Robert Mugabe, who has been in power for 30 years now, making him what most would call a dictator. In Zimbabwe it is illegal ...
... had all been to a funeral for someone in their nineties. Conversation quickly regressed from proper parrot care to the meaning of the word 'Tosser' in English TV shows, which I struggled to define in front of everyone. By this stage Ben was back from his interview, so we took off to get some greasey food before going to his parents to sort out his mead he needed to bottle in order to continue with plum wine making.
... are way behind with more things to see. We top the mountain and head down the other side and pass many homes secreted within the bush as well as winter rentals. When it snows properly up here it must be a real sight. We follow a quick running stream that I imagine is usually frozen, and we head down into Squaw Valley, a home to the winter Olympics, 1960. It is very picturesque as the terrain passes by. The snow disappears as we descend into the valley and is very similar to ...
... a half of a mile, making it difficult to walk/push up our bikes...much less ride with our packs on. After it took nearly an hour to complete the first half mile, we realized that the remaining 4.5 miles of that section would either kill us or have us camping on the side of the highway following 15 hours of cycling.
We said "Uncle". Literally. Heather's Uncle Ronnie picked up the three of us and drove us over ...
... to the deliciously powerful libations dispensed by a talented and considerate staff, the Lady never fails to hit the mark of class. An evening spent at the Shady is like traveling back in time while sinking into an infinitely soft armchair; it only gets more comfortable the closer to the Roaring Twenties you get. The decadence of the drinks, the vests and shirtsleeves of the bartenders, and the deep throb of the jazz creates the ...