Days Inn Hamilton
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... with the trip and whether there is really enough to showcase the two nations of Suriname and Guyana. We shall see.
Eventually into Trawna. Customs was slow. I think my bag had been on the carousel and I just missed it but it allowed me to watch a perfect storm of luggage leading to one piece being utterly crushed in one corner.
Been quite some time since through Terminal 3 so did not know where the Park 'n Fly spot was outside. Cold enough to have ...
... s on the waterfront, a Hamilton landmark.
It was a nice relaxing break. Once the Minnie Van was parked it didn’t move an inch and I didn’t get behind a steering wheel for three full days but at bedtime Minnie and I would cross the street to go ‘home’ for the night. Unfortunately, the weather was grey and gloomy the whole time, but so it goes.
... hotels and realised that it was a long weekend. Most of the close hotels were either booked out, or had put their prices up, just for us! What Uncle Vaughn said seemed too good to be true, so we tried not to get our hopes up. But sure enough, when we got back from picking up Nick Thursday afternoon, Uncle Vaughn was on the phone to the hotel, checking the details.
Uncle Vaughn needs to travel for work sometimes and he has a ...
... that hotbed of extremism under the thumb of that bastion of "freedom and equality" called Hamas. Yet Israel, the only democracy in the Middle East is vilified over and over and over. It breaks my heart. End of rant for now....I am sure there will be more. Hopefully I will be able to fulfill 2 of my bucket list items: to climb Masada for sunrise over the Dead Sea and to see Petra. Don't know if the old body can make the climb, but I will do my best! Ciao for ...
... to take the underground PATH that runs through certain areas of downtown, connecting buildings and shopping centers.
So, there I went with a huge suitcase dragging behind me and a heavy backpack, trying to find my way through the underground maze... No easy task!!! Within a few minutes I was drenched in sweat but still happy about being able to avoid the freezing temperatures outside.
My real enemy was not the heat but rather the labyrinth I found ...