Bayberry House Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... to market.
We rode for three long hard days through a never ending horizon of corn and soy, small prosperous farming towns, diner dinners and awful coffee. We could have ridden in any direction out beyond our wildest dreams of national wealth and seen nothing but the fecundity of this amazing land. It is this that first gave the USA the security to become an empire and it is this that allows it to remain one, confident that no challenger can emerge. It ...
... The flight was easy - just a left turn after takeoff and then cruise all the way to Cleveland at about 2-3,000' above the ground - the first time we'd been able to do so on the trip because the air was so smooth. As a result of the low altitude, we were able to see more of the countryside. Coming up on Cleveland, though, we needed to contact the air traffic controllers in charge of the airspace overhead the city, and for whatever reason, they ...
We had a 6:15 am pickup at our hotel for a 10:15 am flight home. At the airport we saw a Dr. Who display when we sat down to check flight status. So we had to get photos in the phone booth Tardis. At JFK Airport it took over 1 1/2 hours to get to ...
... s Wonders of Britain & Ireland. It had almost all of the sites we wanted to see and we got a returning customer discount on the land portion of the trip. We left PIT to Detroit then did an overnight flight to Heathrow in London. Smooth flying. Pre-trip Tips Plug adapters and power converters are needed. You may need to leave your luggage locks off for TSA in the States but carry luggage locks to lock luggage when in hotel rooms. ...
... Bourbon Street, horses, and maybe even a little about ourselves and our family. The Midwest and Deep South are full of good, hardworking people, who we found to be exceptionally hospitable and accommodating. We really enjoyed this trip, some places more than others, of course, but, all in all, a great trip.
For those that are a bit more cynical, yes, we did have our "moments" and at times we were tired and cranky, but we rallied and I think ...