BEST WESTERN PLUS White House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... some lovely country and again new and very different looking towns, of varying degrees of smalltownness. I quite like the car days. One of the pleasures is that both Steve and I are devotees of vintage radio comedy"Round the Horne" in particular Jules and Sand the two gay characters played by Kenneth Williams and Hugh Paddick. Whenever some one utters a phrase with any sort of innuendo value one of us will shriek"Ooooh ineee ...
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Tony ordered a PBR and I got a soda ...only $3 for both with taxes...great bargain!!! We sat at the very nice wooden bar that is shiny gloss ...
... JFK was the first stop and despite being priority through customs we were stuck waiting for our bags for ages - I think we may have been too keen by dropping them off so early. Oh well once through and up and out and across to another terminal we had to go throughout security again - boots off, coats off, everything put of pockets and they still did a body scan. Why can't we just have a body scan and then you can see everything anyway, without ...
... was a bit too pricey for me. As the sisters had already decided to have a pizza later on and I didn't fancy one I bought a sandwich from an urban eatery nearby for my evening meal. I thoroughly enjoyed the music. It turns out that these guys were quite famous and had worked with all of the top country stars. They sang a couple of songs from a CD Carl had produced as a tribute to the Leuvin brothers - Guys I had never heard of but who were apparently the best harmony singers in the ...
... Lloyd. They were bikers (the motorized kind) out for a spring-day ride. We soon discovered we had a lot in common; Lloyd drove a long-haul truck so knew the roads all across the USA; we compared notes on the evils of tailgating. “It takes me at least 300 yards to come to a safe stop at 60 mph,” he told me, in answer to my question. Betty loved my story of the Journey; “But I’m not much for planning,” she said. “I travel at the drop of a hat.” ...