Vintage Villas Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... on throughout the evening and varied each night. The days at sea were very exciting and relaxing. The three ports that we stopped at were Mahogany Bay, Isla of Roatan, Honduras, Belize, and Cozumel, Mexico. Our first stop in Honduras I had signed up for an excursion where I met a mom, Michelle, with her two boys and their friend that were on the cruise with me. Our excursion included riding on a bus through the city to an area where we went snorkeling in the clear blue ...
... Flying Burrito Brothers, and influenced the Grateful Dead, Jefferson Airplane, Bob Dylan, The Band, Little Feat, The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, and Dale Watson.
Austin also was the birth of the SWAT team. On August 1,1966, Charles Whitman after killing his mother and wife, killed 14 people and wounded 32, from the University of Texas Tower. A sad event that in a horrible way lead to Columbine, Virginia Tech and ...
... had a great duel with Paul DiResta earlier in the race, with most of his attempts to overtake at Turn 1 helped by the DRS zone on the pit straight. He eventually got past him going into Turn 2.
All together a great venue to visit both by the teams and race fans. There were 258,000 in attendance this year. We thoroughly enjoyed the weekend, especially having the opportunity to watch qualifying from within the pit garage of Force ...
... on Friday night (I think the simple recorder & drum duet with Saskia and Peter was our agreed-upon favorite - they are both such fun and phenomenal players), we took part in the Student Recital on Saturday morning. Toni played hand drums for a few different ensembles, including one in which the recorder players got up and busted a few ...
... through your skin and can barely see them.
Oh, and you have to act happy, be energetic and pantomime things for everyone because you're dressed in a fur suit wearing a sweltering giant rabbit head that reeks of glue and solvent.
I guess it stands to reason, somehow, that if you agreed to play one holiday icon, you'd be willing to play another. Following that logic, I was naturally asked to play the Easter Bunny at work. When you ...