- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... down from the hotel. We shared an excellent bottle of Bergstrom wine (the remainder of which I'm sipping in the hotel room right now!) and a glass each of Black Maple Hills Oregon rye. My dinner was chicken-fried trout, which was absolutely delicious. As my dad put it so accurately, it was a perfect mix of southern fry with French cuisine. Excellent, excellent dinner. In the brief time we had together, I recounted some of the highlights of my trip, and we shared ...
... don't go to Kenya. She also wouldn't give me typhoid or diptheria/pertussis/tetanus because she read in her book that it could cause neurologic problems. So I paid $75 for no vaccines and now I'm in a bind. Update #2: Several days later I went to a different travel clinic. I came out $375 lighter with all necessary vaccinations, including yellow fever. Phew! Onward and ...
... sizes, a hotel, and an abundance of fruit trees and bushes. So we grabbed beers and geared up each with a putter and a pitching wedge. Making our way through twenty short holes, we soaked up some rays while eating fresh blackberries off the bushes lining the course as Stebbs and Chris tried to give Tony endless golf advice to no avail. Feeling we all pushed our ...
... in the Semuc Chempey blog post. We literally met these guys as they entered the bus on the way to Semuc Chempey. The whole ride we all chatted about entrepreneurial things, ideas and concepts and we mentioned that we were heading to the States to attend the World Domination Summit. The guys were interested and asked us where it was, and we told them Portland. This answer was met both Andy and Evan saying “We live there dude”! And with that, ...
... in Portland you may have. I ask for your continued prayers for Corey's recovery and relief from pain. She sees the rheumatologist tomorrow, gets another MRI and a decision will be made regarding adding another strong medication to what she is already taking. I will post a few more times so I have the memories for myself. Hopefully uploading the pictures will be easier.