Tags » Lodging » Page 2

La Posada, Winslow, Arizona

 La Posada means “the inn” in Spanish.  It is, also,  a celebration in Mexico 9 days before Christmas to celebrate the journey of Mary and Joseph searching for lodging  shortly before the baby Jesus was born in a stable.   347 more words

This is what a $3 a night room in Nicaragua looks like

My original hotel choice fell through when I  couldn’t find it in this small place.  It wasn’t late, so I wasn’t panicked, but I wanted to put an end to a long day of buses, boats and border crossing, so I went in a place that I saw some other backpackers go.  903 more words


A Cottage in the Cotswolds: Snowshill and Broadway Tower

There are so many lovely villages in the Cotswolds! Every time we explore a new village  I think, “Oh, I love this one!”  The village of Snowshill was like that! 482 more words


Internet/Wi-Fi Information


Free wireless internet access is available throughout our hotel including access from your room and common areas.

Campground (Seasonal)

Wireless internet access is available throughout our campground through a third party service at an additional fee.

Hinckley Has More Than the Casino

Most people know that Hinckley has a casino, but what they don’t know is that Hinckley has many other offerings. The casino and Tobies offer rooms that host conferences, receptions, and banquets. 108 more words

Bed And Breakfast

64E. Project Management

We are in Europe but we still get plenty of news from the US. We are up to speed on how most things are faring in our homeland. 816 more words


Greg Roselli-Miami Casino Bill Headed Toward Another Quiet Death in Tallahassee

Greg Roselli’s Latest Re-blogged Blog Post

Re-Blogged by Greg Roselli

As reported by the Miami New Times, Florida House Speaker Will Weatherford has admitted that it is looking “more and more likely” that neither the House nor Senate will take action on a bill to add more casinos to the state in the 2014 session despite the completion of a 2013 study on additional casino supply. 160 more words

Greg Roselli