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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... and this time the cold cramped back of a suv (since this stranger was not allowed in our friends house) but maybe next time they will move on to warmer places.
Raina says her one wet dream is to some day share a large warm flat surface which they can stretch out on.
written by: Savannah Garcia
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... grove was one of the things that I really wanted to see, but didn't think I would so I was super pumped.
After the detour we headed on to the valley to say our thanks and goodbyes. Caleb and i went looking for Alan, who according to him had "been twiddling his thumbs for an hour and a half" and we were on the trail by noon.
We started off in high spirits, crusin our way past the common tourists and up the mountain. Up and up we went, climbing the beautiful granite ...
After a year abroad, traveling to 7 countries other than my own, and the countless changing my heart from here to there, I'm back at home in my room in Merced. I can't belief that everything went so fast, but at the same time I can almost remember each day as it would go by. I never thought that I would grow and adapt as I have, I've always had the desire to travel, but I can't believe I actually did it. I only wish that everyone had ...
... were very hospitable hosts and Jackie was understandably proud of her lovely garden, just over an acre, with 35 hens in an enclosure at the back of the vegetable patch. Jerry was a Harley Davidson enthusiast and he proudly showed both Paul and Julian his bikes and workshop. Jackie gave us an excellent suggestion for our evening meal, at the bistro at De Angelos nearby, where I enjoyed my first soft shell crab dish of ...
... once it had reached the outskirts of the forest started to climb to the top of a tall tree. It was amazing to see how quickly she got up there. Completely transfixed by what we were seeing, the brown bear then hurriedly scrambled back down the tree. As if the tree-climbing had taken it all out of her, she then curled up and went to sleep. Hoping to see a bit more action, we waited around but the bear showed no signs of waking up so we left amazed at what we ...