Quality Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... on our own before it begins, and have five days on our own in Paris at the end. We plan a train and bus excursion from Paris to Giverny to visit Monet's gardens. The rest is as yet unknown. Those first few days in Haarlem will be spent getting over jet lag and trying to absorb the reality of being in the Netherlands! Karen's grandparents came over from Holland, so it may be particularly poignant for ...
... free cupcakes.
After being here for just over a month and not having really experienced any of the beautiful landscape surrounding the city I wasn't going to squander anymore of the rare rain free days any longer. The day after Natefest I decided I would find an awesome hiking trail somewhere and settled on Olympia National Park to go for a hike up to an old abandoned railway bridge which just happened to also be the second ...
Janine cooked us a massive yummy breakfast of pancakes and bacon. Then got my nails done at a little nail shop down the road from Janine's house was a real cultural experience, americans from all walks of life, Stephen went and got then worst haircut in the world while I got my nails done when finished Janine picked us up. We then dropped the boys off at the car museum and we went off to do girly stuff. Our ...
... barn, about 45 minutes south of Lacey (at least, that's what everyone kept telling us, right Aunt Joann?) Two days of movie watching was rough, so after getting some beauty sleep, John T & I, with his son Johnny in-tow (or is it toe?), drove down to help set-up. By the way, John T, I later found out that we seriously took the long way to Target. Setting up for the wedding was fun! I have never seen a more laid-back bride then my cousin Sada. She basically gave ...
... fallen and resulted in the much colder temperatures we were experiencing.
As we neared Eatonville I had begun to feel some sharp and painful pressure building in my small toes and the thought of still attempting to walk as far as Elbe or even beyond Eatonville became less of an option. A shared decision was made to end the walk in Eatonville and preserve joints and toes by driving the ...