Hampton Inn Danville
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... i could see out the window so i tried my best to stay awake to watch take off and honestly i cannot remember much about take off haha after a little nap i woke up and was hoping we were half way yeah not at all 10.5 hrs to go. UGH! i was so anxious to get home. Finally after watching the countdown it said 1hr. I think it was the longest hour of my life. and bam the pilot came on and said we were about to land that we were suppose to buckle up! i had no problem buckling up. I ...
... often in Atlantic Canada and we noticed that no-one (except us) wore raincoats - they just wore their everyday clothes and didn't hurry to avoid getting put of the rain - guess they're used to it.....
We saw very few signs of poverty, even in big cities. There appears to be more of a middle class in Canada, although there certainly are some wealthy Canadians - we drove by many huge estates on our travels.
... old wooden roller coaster called the Twister. Lots of fun and only cost $2.50! The food is really good and this park has been rated as having the best food of all amusement parks. Also they have hundreds of picnic tables to use for free and lots of people were bringing in their food. Really a nice park and it was full of families having fun.
We also went to the town of Milton and saw the plant of Chef Boyardee. They ...
Finally got on the road at about. Noon today, after running around like crazy people yesterday fester noon/evening and this morning getting the camper packed. What I think we need to do is pack when we're not going on a trip. Put everything into the camper and then pretend we're camping. Try to didn our toothbrushes, computers, chargers, underwear, socks and tonic water. Cook a meal and clean ...
... visit with her and her daughter, Denise. She was born the same year, 1937, as my sister Pat so she is about 77. I know I met her as a kid, but really have no memory of doing so. So why was I going? Partly because of my genealogical research, and partly out of respect for family. I have never been one to keep in touch, so this was an opportunity I did't want to miss. Aunt Dolores was my mother's half-sister, another Carlson. Papa ...