Holiday Inn Express Huntington
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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London Day 7/flight home Rise and grind is an understatement to describe Monday. We had an early tube ride to the airport and had our connecting flight to Dublin. We got to the Dublin Airport and had some lunch and went through US customs before boarding our flight to Chicago. The flight home was a long one ...
The attached video is my final video interview of Nick Tirro the questions are as followed: • Interview questions o Out of all of the sporting venues that we went to in Dublin, what was your favorite experience and why? o Out of all the sporting venues in London that you visited what was your favorite venue and why do you feel this way? o What in the lines of sport governance did you learn either in London ...
London Day 6 Today was finally the day, I was going to see my Gunners in person at Ethiad Stadium vs Manchester City. Justin and I caught the early train from the Euston station in London to Manchester. We got there without any issue and found the stadium on our first try (pretty impressive if you ask me). Despite the cold rain, and a little snow too, we arrived. We weren't allowed in the stadium until an hour and a half before the match, so we killed time by ...
London Day 5 This was our first complete free day in London. The only problem with today was figuring out how to spend all of our free time. Justin and I got an early start by getting down to breakfast and getting our bus passes. Our first stop was Buckingham Palace. It was so cool to see the guards, the features of the place, the statues. I can see why so many tourists make a stop there. We then tried to head to the London Eye, but the line was absurd, we backtracked to the tube ...
After an amazing time in Europe, it was time to come home. Although, I could honestly see myself living in Dublin, you cannot beat American food. Also, it will be nice to see my family and friends. Before we left Dublin for the states, I bought my last club orange. It's an Irish soft drink that is like a carbonated sunny D. I took the ...