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- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Microwave in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... to take us to the airport. The girls have just dropped in for lunch. We will miss them and our boys, that is the downside to such a long trip. It is very warm today and according to the weather forecast, the same in England. So shorts at the ready, knobbly knees bared for action.
We have our boarding passes, good seats as befitting World Class travellers! I checked on the flight plan and unless the Russian rebels have taken over Iceland, we are good to go!
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... before he had to go. Then I had to say good bye, it's always sad to do that. Then I went to Subway and got myself a foot long Spicy Italian. When I was done with that, I went back in to HHOF. Walked around a bit more. And I realized I missed the trophy room and the Stanley cup last time. So I was taking pictures of Stanley cup and the other trophies. I even went in to the vault, where they have the original top cup from 1893. Then I went to watch the 3D hockey ...
... at 5pm which was right in the middle of rush hour so traffic was horrendous but Silke did a good job of getting us to the hotel. It was 32 degrees and very humid which hopefully wont last, a thunderstorm helped clear some of the air. It reminds me a bit of Miami, very flat, hot and tons of traffic It does seem to be the land of the upgrade though. The rental company upgraded our car to a ...
... seal isn't enough to get waved through any more). I was in.
Frankly, the border was sedate after the hot, frantic fumes of Mexico, but there's something about passing the falls and the river as you do so which makes it feel more purposeful and worthwhile than just stepping over a line someone arbitrarily drew on a map 200 years ago. The falls themselves are really quite spectacular, even if you're reminded by the neon casino sign (on the American side; of ...