Historic Banning Mills
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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When the cabin lights came on, I thought we were about to land. However, that was not the case. Lucas and I were surprised when we saw the flight attendant pull the cart down the aisle. It was another snack time! This time it included a hard boiled egg and pickle sandwich, a mini snack pack with a fig bar, white cheddar cranberry cheese, crackers, and the cutest tic tacs! While I avoided the sandwhich, Lucas sure did enjoy ...
On our flight we were offered three options for dinner: pasta, chicken, or salad with chicken. Lucas and I both chose pasta, because it smelled so good. It reminded me of a Lean Cuisine. Which would you have chosen? With our pasta we also received a little side salad, ...
... we went again.
We got off and decided to head to the Goliath which was Kelleys favourite from previous past times. So we get there and its only about a 10-15minute wait and we are straight on the ride. We understand why its her favourite, it was so incredibly fun. It's a ride that goes through the entire park, but the whole time you are up and down with only one strap to keep you in (because you don’t go upside down). But the drop at the start is definitely worth any ...
... classic story!
Out of Florida into Georgia with some time to kill, we tossed up going to visit our old boating friend Vic but decided instead to call by the little town of Senoia, where they filmed Hils favourite zombie TV series, The Walking Dead. A lovely little town part due to the fact they keep the town main street looking old and quaint for films. This turned out to be our favourite small town so far, so picturesque with the big ...
... diamonds a gift from a sultan. No photos allowed. An english speaking russian guide provides the tour to about 15 people at a time. We were able to get very close up views of all these items. It is hard to describe the enormity and opulence of the palaces and churches. The iconic artistry of the churches really has to be studied individually to be appreciated but the overall impression of the work in these Greek Orthodox churches is spectacular. Overall we were quite impressed ...