Value Place Shelby
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... was good and it was also an entertaining place to eat. We had one little mishap leaving as we ended up at a dead end in the parking lot. More trouble was averted and we found the Hampton Inn in record time. There were no cookies left, but I got one when we were leaving for dinner and stuck it in my purse. That made a good dessert even if I did share it. Time for bed... Tomorrow is our practice round. I just hope practice makes perfect. Check back tomorrow to find ...
... Greenville. Fortunately we have a two hour layover in Charlotte, so the bags being so late won't prevent us from rechecking them after clearing customs and still making our Greenville flight with time to spare. We are boarding our flight to Greenville close to the scheduled time, which should get us home by 7:00 p.m., assuming our limousine service is waiting for us at ...
... sewed a sheet into a sleeping bag), a belt, toiletries and my quick dry towel (advice from Mrs. Katie Haywood). Chris and I were both able to keep our bags around 20 lbs so that seems light enough to carry around. We shall see! We are now crossing our fingers that we can sleep the whole 8 hour flight and wake up in Madrid. Adios ...
... a young man informed us that the elevator was out of service again and would I have trouble walking down. They did offer to take me down in a stretcher and I was tempted but said no and we climbed down. Not too bad and had some good views.
Drove over into North Carolina and camped at the Kings Mountain National Monument Park where we camped at a great spot. There had been a battle here – a turning point against the British in the Revolutionary ...
... original hangar is still in use for storage. The museum entry fee is a little on the steep side, given the size of the collection on display, but it is quite interesting. The centerpiece display is the USAir plane that was flight 1549 out of La Guardia, bound for Charlotte, in 2009, and ended up in the Hudson River when it flew through a flock of Canada Geese, and subsequently became known as “The Miracle on the Hudson.” ...