Best Western Crossroads Inn
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... in and I followed close behind, allowing the door to close behind us. He tried to open the second door and found it locked. I turned to try to open the door behind us and that, also, was locked. Here we were, stuck between these two glass doors, in a small glass hallway being viewed by security. I tapped on the door and a guard opened it, instructing Carlo to then open his door. Success! We made it OUT of security.
We went upstairs and had a ...
Man to me: "So is this your day job?"
Me (I heard "main job"): "Yep!" ...
... was told that I had a pass to the Admiral's Club so I headed there for lunch, which turned out to be "Grown Up Grilled Cheese". I figured with a name like that it deserved a grown up drink to go with it, so of course I had a glass of wine to toast my takeoff!
... trying to get up on the board, and 2% of the time actually stand-up paddling. The water was also much calmer behind Kirt’s house than in Waikiki, which I am sure helped a lot. It was low tide and I saw several stingrays and even some dolphins while gliding through the mangroves. Kirt also took me to downtown St. Pete where we toured the waterfront shops, enjoyed the view (and a drink) from a rooftop bar, and checked out a local arts & crafts fair at the park. ...
We get a bus to Chicago. The bus makes us feel like the whitest whities in the history of white people. The lady in front of Tiz reclines her chair to the point where she is practically lying in his lap. Neither of us says anything because we are too scared she will beat us up. The woman next to her spends an hour straightening her hair. The smell of burning hair makes Sarah want to pass out. Again, we both keep ...