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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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It had to happen sooner or later. We had to say farewell to the Bellagio resort and Las Vegas. But this was not the end of our journey, bit the beginning of our new one in San Fransisco. We spent alot of our morning in the Las Vegas airport going through what seemed like endless security checks. This itself is very time consuming and seen us spending 2 hours in what seemed like an endless cue of people. We ...
... old Brittany and I were the same age! Tricky was 38 and I was 27!”
The following morning, we arrive early at the White Water Rafting Company headquarters.
“This bus smells old and musty,” I wince, “and the windows have no glass in them.”
“The bus is kicking up a lot of dust on this dirt road, cough, cough,” Pinky adds. “I can barely stay on these hard seats ...
... the largest cheese producing factory in the world, but then why did the "tour" suck so bad. it sucked SO bad we justified eating ALL of the cheese samples. we accidentally drove an hour to get to the ****** tour because some guys told us it was real close and also that Hilmar produces all of the cheese for all taco bells everywhere! we just HAD to see it. a word of advice from someone experienced, don't waste your time. the website said ...
... we realized we were still a mile away from the camp ground. We walked 20 minutes, then started to freak out... We're we going the right way??? We finally arrived at our campground only to get lost and wonder around Another half hour!
At 2am we hugged , and collapsed into our tents and passed out. Thus completing the first 25ish miles of the Jmt that we wouldnt have otherwise vern able to do. John muir would be proud... Maybe
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Long nights- Eddie ...
... all people(abstract, but true). The tailor, who had never heard this theory before, accepted it. I remember someone saying something along the lines of "we're just brothers in different colors" and that day I realized I could never be that far away from home.
And America looks a lot different from the outside-in. I think as a people we should realize that. We ARE American. We can't really change that, and even more-so now than ...