JWG (jwg) wrote,

Where I slept in 2015

This past year had lots of travel. A week in the British Virgin Islands, 3 weeks in Hawaii and California, 3 weeks in Peru, 3 weeks in Australia, 3 weekend dance camps, a long weekend in Perry/Rochester NY, and a few days in Philadelphia. And thus I slept in lots of places.

At home in Cambridge and Gloucester.

San Juan Airport Hotel
Guana Island in British Virgin Islands

La Quinta Hotel near SFO
Hilo Seaside Hotel
Kilani Retreat Center on the Big Island for Tropical Dance Vacation/Contra Week
Maui Seaside Hotel
Park 55 Hotel in San Francisco
Monte Toyon in Aptos, CA for Queer Dance Camp
MacCallum House Inn in Mendocino
The Dylan near SFO

YMCA Camp Woodstock in Woodstock, CT for LCFD Gender-Free Dance Camp

Costa Del Sol Hotel in Lima, Peru
Hotel Portales in Cuzco
Mapi Hotel in Aguas Calientes
El Dorado Hotel in Iquitos
SS Amatista on Amazon and other rivers
Tierra Viva Arequipa Plaza Hotel in Arequipa
Hotel Kuntur Wassi in Cabanaconde
JetBlue 1824 Lima->FLL

Hampton Inn, Rochester, NY

Quantas 18 LAX->SYD
Russell Hotel in Sydney
Daydream Island Resort in Whitsunday Islands on Great Barrier Reef
Hotel Lindrum in Melbourne
Great Ocean Road Resort in Anglesea
Mantra Collins Hotel in Hobart - Tasmania
Mountain Heritage Hotel in Blue Mountains
Quantas 17 SYD->LAX
Sheraton Hotel near LAX

YMCA Chimney Corners Camp in Becket, MA for LCFD Gender-Free Dance Camp

Robert's brother's house in Philadelphia
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