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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Stayed over in Charlotte last night. It was our first experience with AirBNB and it went well. Jonathan and his partner were very nice and the room was clean and comfortable. On the other hand our flight experience was not nearly as good. USAir/American Airlines really screwed the pooch. They were asking for volunteers to give up seats and we decided ...
... birthplace and boyhood area. Also, visited a museum with 4 parts. Today we did the Civil War museum and the village.
Day 64.Tuesday 28 July 2015
Went back to the museum and saw the Women in the civil War – this was very interesting. Lots of female spies on both sides and women joining the army – some dressed as men and others joining the fighting with their husbands. Another museum that covered from the Revolutionary war ...
... passengers were experiencing console challenges. Only option left was to reboot the system and hope for the best. Oh this would take 22 minutes if everyone kept their fingers off the console displaces until welcome screen appeared. This little fact was important and attendants pleaded and held passengers hands to keep them from banging on the console display as if it was a elevator lift requiring 20 pushes on every button to insure a longer ascend. Well 22 minutes was more like 45 ...
We traveled on the 27th to Meridian, MS, and on the 28th to Carrollton, GA. Both were pretty uneventful overnight stops. On Sunday morning we left the John Tanner State Park in Carrollton, GA, to head for home. There was no good way to avoid going through downtown Atlanta, and we correctly surmised that traffic would be lightest on Sunday morning than at any other time. Miss Garmin steered us ...
... was also apprehensive about towing our 25' Airstream and all our camping gear up the mountain from Old Fort, NC, to Black Mountain, NC. It is about a seven mile climb and was about all our old tow vehicle (a 2008 Chevy Suburban with a 5.3 liter engine) could handle. Since we had about 95,000 miles on it I thought it a good time for a new tow vehicle. We bought a new (2013) Ford F-150 truck with the "Ecoboost" 6-cylinder ...