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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... clutch was acting strangely. The clutch pedal was getting stuck and the stick would resist going into gear. Ben did his best to keep the car in gear and not come to complete stops. Once, we stopped the car on the top of a hill and in order to get the clutch to work, we had to roll the car and pop the stick into the gear. It was something from a movie...I never realized people actually did this!
Luckily, there were very few cars on the road for the next 2 hours before ...
... pond . . No Ciclismo Classico this year so we are taking our own bikes . . . So . .. They are all packed away! We have begun to pack our suitcases . . Fun to finally be embarking on this adventure that we have been planning for the past year. My next entry will come from wherever we first get internet service! :-)
It was a mile or so off the track, but it was a real, little market. They started their harvest on the weekend (this is Monday, and the harvest continues) to have a few to sell to the tourists. They do use equipment to harvest them, but we got to watch the sorting and packing them. They had fresh ones, pies, little pastries, and lots of jams and jellies. We got some for the road (I didn't know that I ...
... flight was humorously short, even though it was going to another state. We would leave Groton, fly out over the ocean, then turn and shoot the approach back in the Westerly Field in Rhode Island. Straight line distance, it was only 12 miles away, yet it took almost 16 minutes to fly there.
We easily picked up our clearance from the tower, then took off into the clouds, did a procedure turn out over Long Island Sound, then flew the GPS approach - a ...
... Verdana, sans-serif; font-size: 14px; line-height: 20px; ">For those of you who aren't familiar with all the details of the trip, I'll give you guys a little explanation. I am taking a class in Roatan, Honduras called Reef Biology and Ecology. I'll be in lecture twice a day, learning to scuba dive, doing daily reef dives, and soaking up the Honduran sun! Here is a link to the website of the dive resort I'll be staying at ...