Quality Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... and left. I tried not to run in my vacation too much. One guy asked me what I was going to bring him from Peru. I told him I'd get him a llama. He got excited until someone told him I was joking. Apparently, he thought I was serious. I made it to my eye doc appointment on time (barely). The doc confirmed that I have a bacterial infection in my eye, and gave me antibiotic eye drops to take for ...
... his phone in the car. This is a BIG DEAL, because he's pretty much attached to his phone.
We made it to the airport, but the lady at the check in desk said we would likely get bumped from the flight, because they had to carry extra fuel. We started thinking of what e could do with the vouchers while we waited to see if we could possibly get on the flight.
... a medical degree read WebMD to you! Yikes!
We both got the same 25-page Travax summary of health risks in the countries we're visiting, including some cultural behaviors to be careful of, which could be misinterpreted.
In the end, I feel pretty well prepared. It's kind of exciting to be going on a vacation that requires extra protection - seems more exotic and less touristy.
... I saw his gravesite in Hollywood Cemetery in Richmond, VA, earlier this year along with 5th President James Monroe and Confederate President, Jefferson Davis. You may (or may not) recall that Tyler became President upon the death of President William Henry Harrison, some 30 days after Harrison took office.
Here are the facts of the case, and they are undisputed (A Few Good Men).
John Tyler was ...
... took the 45 minute walking tour through the house and then browsed the museum. After watching a 12 minute video on Hayes, I went on the tour. I was the only one on the tour...again, I was not unhappy. A gentleman about my age and with a similar love for history named Jim gave me the tour. Quite a fascinating home. Reminded me of the 20 minute walking tours I used to give of the Lincoln Home area in Springfield. Very well ...