ALT Hotel Quartier DIX30
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We decided to go there (Myrtle) again for 2014 and the month of March seem to be good for us. We kept looking at the camping advertisement and we were wandering if the end date for the monthly special was the last day we could stay or the last day we could book the special.
So we asked.
The answer was: "has long has we were booking for 28 consecutive days it was ok to book later in March". So ...
... to the bus stop still managing to be 50minutes early. I am definitely off Fiji Time! The bus was really nice, with better wifi than the hostel and power sockets, although my adapter was too big too fit in the space. Either way I'd prefer it to be cheaper and take my chances with Greyhound! The hostel in Montreal is on the block behind the main bus and train depot which is handy. Once here I set about planning my next few days. I've made ...
... altar and worship room and deeper still is a 1st C Roman house. Then off to Tazza D'Oro . . . for some of the best coffee (and perhaps the best location - right next to the Pantheon and decorated with bamboo and gold and mirrors and whatnot) in Rome. We had an espresso and a granita con panna, both of which were out of this world. We ended with some more Aperol Sprizters and another fab dinner at Da Gildo which had become ...
... Good people. I did my BA by translating what I could (the Americans were happy). It is those experiences you will remember the most (not automatically the weather). It is time to celebrate this with Happy Hour (what else to do ?).
You must go to Charleston when you are in South Carolina. It is only 2 hours (max) away. You park at the Visitor's Center (beware you have to walk a lot after ...
... a nearly flawless accent. I feel ashamed that, after five years of foreign language education in the US, I can only be certain that I would know how to find the bathroom in Mexico.
After a few days of nail biting over visa issues, Drew, Jill, and I are finally on our way. We have an overnight layover in Montreal, which we will be spending at the twenty-four hour bar in the airport (not drinking heavily, Mom). We leave ...