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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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The culture change has already begun. Sitting in the terminal, with the Republican National Convention streaming on TV, I am surrounded by Brits.
I never really thought about it, but they seem to bring up some good points about what is going on. My favorite has to be when one woman hears Jeb Bush's speech:
"What? Are you kidding me? Is this what elections are ...
... compacted. Simple.
As we had 3-nights/2-days that didn’t have to become a sightseeing frenzy it allowed more time to indulge in my favourite things in life - sleeping, shopping, and drinking. Bliss. We did see some sights though, the first of which was neighbouring ‘China Town’ with it’s dazzling 40ft ‘Chinese Friendship Gate.’ We shopped on ‘Market Street’ in the ‘Washington Square District’ with ...
... but finding out that I could have gotten the same thing for cheaper is absolutely maddening.
With this in mind, before I bought my airline tickets, I comparison shopped. I made a spreadsheet comparing the prices of the three main conglomerate's (that's SkyTeam, StarAlliance and OneWorld) "round the world" tickets with the cost of combining individual flight segments on several different carriers/partners.
... me feel like I was part of their family and I will be forever grateful for that.
After the party, there was one other place that Alain wanted to go: Pacifico. Pacifico is a pub that has been a mainstay in Beirut for ~20 years. This is a very long time given that there is intense competition that results in the average pub only lasting around 6 months or so. We enjoyed a couple of drinks and some Mexican food Lebanese style! It ...
... wave of development occurred after the Civil War when the 30-acre (120,000 m2) Magill
property to the southwest of the town's core was subdivided for
In 1869 Doylestown established a water works. The first telephone
line arrived in 1878, the same year that a new courthouse was erected.