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- Shuttle bus service
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... folkmin our car, plus only one restroom. Showers down stairs so that was a no no for me, as I don't do stairs especially in a moving rocking, jolting train!
Dinner we opted to have at 7pm and steak was delish. A Canadian club with ginger ale helped restore the mood!
We decided to settle down around 11ish, so with the help of a couple of panadol plus a light sedative, we actually managed to sleep pretty well.
Next morning breakfast around ...
... she gave up art when she believed that the style of realism didn’t suit her. Four years later she took an art class for teachers and was again inspired by the idea that art should reflect a person’s ideas and beliefs. During this period she was teaching art in Texas.
She moved on to Columbia College in South Carolina where she began doing charcoal abstracts and sent them to a friend in New York. The ...
Each morning we look at the map to see where want to be and book a hotel for the night and this is when Darren realized we were near Roswell, NM home of the famous UFO government cover-up. We traded the caverns for a chance to spot an alien and we headed north on Rt ...
Stayed at yet another lovely state park campgrounds, Brantley Lake State Park. Beautiful desert location. Picture this, taking the elevator down 750 feet in one minute to enter the cavernous wonders of Carlsbad Cavern! It was an incredible visual experience with each turn of the head. Tom was taking picture after picture and we both were enjoying every moment even in the 59 degrees and 90% humidity. When suddenly ...
... 8230;dry, rocky, sandy ground with scatterings of silver sage and cactus, and patches of yellow grass on flat ground bordered on the west by mountains. They call it mountains. It is the Guadalupe Mountains. They are not high as one might expect, and certainly no competition to the Colorado Mountains, but they have the character of mountains…angular and fierce gray rock bursting from the desert floor, reaching for the sky. Today, ...