Log Cabin Lodge and Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... For instance in the kitchen the vent was at each end (balance) of the counter allowing the perfect place to warm plates. In one of the bathrooms, at the back of a long shelf towels that hung above were warmed. There was no air conditioning, the windows all opened front to back providing the best cross breezes in the heat of summer. A fan installed in the kitchen at the top of a wall was painted that beautiful red, to match the window frames and the doorknobs. ...
... Blue grass that was now emerald green and trees that were shedding their blossoms allowing the leaves to burst through.
It was Easter Sunday, the roads were relatively quiet and the only places open for food were along the highways. Cracker Barrel overflowed with cars, everyone was dressed in their Easter bonnets and their best clothes lined up for the brunch specials. Even the rocking chairs were covered in yellow bows, ...
... trip special. If you want to look at a map of Kenya, you can locate where we will be going: Nairobi (city center, the village of Banana, the areas called Kawangware and Kangemi - all on the outskirts of town), the Masai Mara for a safari, Bomet, and Nakuru.
The team is going over in two groups this year. One group is going through Zurich, Switzerland and the other through Amsterdam. We did this because we got some cheaper airfares on United ...
Day of relaxation today. Breakfast was in the lodge dining room from 8-10am; eggs, bacon, and sausage, waffles, fruit and yoghurt and pastries. The morning activity for those that were interested was a golf tournament. Vicki, Deb and myself (the Anzacs) watched the first group start from the first tee then went for a walk around the houses. Barb, one of the locals not playing golf, showed us around the original cottages and also some large new houses that have been built ...
This morning was had an early start as we had a taxi to catch at 7:30 to get us to the Ronald Reagan National Airport, Washington. The drive to the airport was less than half an hour but there was quite a queue for check in. While waiting to board we were watching a breakfast TV programme and saw a segment on liposuction for pets - only in America! When it was time to board we had to go downstairs and catch a bus out across the tarmac to the plane that was ...