Smithfield Farm Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave in room
- Free parking
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Since our flight to Abu Dhabi did not leave until around 22:00, I arranged for a 14:30 checkout from the hotel. About that time, we had a taxi pick us up for our ride to the airport. Not too long before leaving, I checked the airline, Etihad, website for baggage weight restrictions. I thought I saw our bags could weigh 25kg each. When I weighed them, all four weighed in at just less than 49 pounds, well within the limit. ...
... that cleared the way for an on-time departure for my flight.
My boarding pass showed a boarding time of 21:10. At nearly 22:00, the gate attendant announced that the pilot had become “illegal”. We were not to worry because the call had gone out at 21:15 for a replacement pilot. This all translated into a departure of about 23:30. I guess I should be happy with that ...
... was particularly impressive, along with the B52 bomber Enola Gay and the Wright brother's first aircraft. When we left, the heavens opened. We had parked a distance from the entrance and by the time we ran to the car we looked like a pair of drowned rats! Next it was off to the airport rental to drop off the car (bye George! - yes we named the car!), and take the shuttle to the airport terminal. Which leaves us ...
We made it to the airport! Luckily we had some extra time so we caught the US v Ghana game in Reston VA with Nols before heading to Dulles. When checking in the ticketing agent asked is how many bags we were checking and asked to weigh them. When we loaded up our FOUR suitcases he mentioned that we were traveling lite! At first I ...
... up. It's an African American, and he offers me a ride. I reluctantly refuse--I hate to turn down such a kind gesture... Then, not 2 minutes later, ANOTHER guy stops and offers me a ride! Coincidence? Or is there something truly different about culture in The South? A few minutes later a see a white fellow and a black fellow walking side by side along the road through the countryside... Of course, there are still quirky throwbacks to the "old days"--like a ...