BEST WESTERN PLUS Cedar Bluff Inn
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Krissica stayed here on Jun 16, 2010 during their trip titled: Krissica's Great Adventure.
... Tuesday had turned into Wednesday. We were exhausted but you need to keep going the first day to get used to the time change. Germany is 6 hours ahead of US EST. Our hostess, Yvonne met us at the airport and took us to her home. It is a former villa and she lives on one floor of it. Very unique! We went to the city and Yvonne showed us the main square and historical area. The streets were being closed and set up for a major ...
... weeks. I know it will be an ongoing thing but here is the summary.
First I need to start with saying that Marly Camino is a top notch company and I would absolutely recommend them to my friends and I plan to use them again in the future. They thought of everything~ before you even realized you had a need for it. The accommodations and meals were fabulous. The intimacy of the evening meal~ gave us time to share the funny ...
We are ready to board our plane to Madrid. Flight about 9 hours. Remember we are flying overnight so no pictures today. ;)
My morning was busy...with dropping Ed off for his flight. ..went to morning mass... Thank you Father Miguel for the beautiful ...
... highlights of the day were socializing Jerry Wrinkle, son of my fourth grade teacher at Chilhowee Elementary School, who was serving as a tournament official, and Knox County Sheriff J.J. Jones, whose officers provided security for the event. Another interesting side story was talking to some attendees who had used Uber to taxi them there and ferry them home. Due to limited parking at the course itself, buses brought most of the 40,000 people who came ...