- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... to the overlook and take some pictures and fro there Kate Charlie and I decide to carry on to the Round House restaurant (open in ski season only) and then back down the mountain in a loop. It's a pretty hike that criss crosses the ski runs and goes in and out thru the woods. At one point we can smell animals, I was hoping it wasn't going to be a bear, but we were lucky we didn't see or hear anything we could only smell them. The trails are pretty well signposted and ...
... it turned out, also made fantastic milkshakes, so that made up for not getting one in Parma. Ate our sandwiches, fries, shakes, and watermelon on the grass beneath some huge trees.
Headed out again, still on Hwy 95, and I still didn’t feel too great (maybe I ate too much!). It was getting hotter, and we left the nice farmland for a not-very-steep climb into really arid hills. That’s how the afternoon went – up ...
... CRAZY!!” Jerry belted out. “I’m producer, writer, and actor in a show, working with professional actors. AM I GOING TO MESS THAT UP?” The audience roared, again.
Jerry’s on a spring and summer tour; besides such stops as Boise and Lansing, Akron and Paducah, he’s booked at Caesar’s Palace in Vegas, and the Kennedy Center too. He’s a multi-millionaire, one of the ...
... Iceberg. At night when we got back to the apartment, the rest of the group wanted to play some drinking games, but someone in the apartment complex complained to security about noise, so the night ended up in a very depressing state as we all had to have our driver's license information written down to be checked out because one of my friends was 2 days shy of being able to legally drink. The sad part is that I wasn't even part of the ...
... ask whether anyone in the spring was camped there over night, as he just saw a tent blow down the mountain!! Gingerman looks at Kitty and sighs!
They get out the Spring, dress and go investigate. Yes, it turns out that someone had forgotten to zip the front of the tent and the wind had caught inside the tent and blown it down the mountain. The stuff left in the tent is everywhere and the tents journey to the bottom of the mountain ...