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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TravelPod Member ReviewsComfort Inn Saint George
Nice Place for our 2nd night.
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... have, it's minium 50% more expensive than in Germany.
I guess thats one reason why the Americans are "bigger" than the Europeans.
Also the cups at the fastfood restaurants are so big, a small coke is about 0,3L and you can get up to 2L if you supersize your menue.
It was a very special experience, but I got everything I wanted to buy so that I can cook something for Samantha and John.
At the evening I was invited to a party at Mt. Pleasant and ...
12:53pm Listening to an interview with Billy Joe Shaver. He says that when you're a gypsy, and you find your black rose, then you've done all you can. A black rose is something that you're addicted to.... Like a woman or a drug. 5 hr energy #2 (not me but JP). I just spent an hour lubing and cleaning JP,s leatherman. I had to wash my hands with 409 to get the WD40 ...
... they took me out for Dinner to Myles and Jun Yakitori where we had dinner together.
It was very very good, spring rolls, pickled chicken and chicken with gorgonzola sauce - so delicious!
Such a nice evening. :-)
Now watching TV with John, updating my status and relaxing on the couch with Casper, the domestic dog who doesn't like to share his sofa. :-)
Have good night Germany, let's see whats going on tomorrow!
It took about 24 hours the day/night before, till I arrived at the home of my guest family.
On the way home, just got the first real American food at the IHOP.
It was great, as the time for a break wasn't given and the lunch we got in the plane was not that ...
... 60 mph in a 70. People were passing him on both sides; really dangerous. Another guy couldn't quite stay in his lane and his toad (attached car) was straining at its mooring. It was as if these guys were on their inaugural road trip.
Monday, Mar 31
Continued my travels north on I 95 which turned from three lanes to two lanes and traffic increased proportionally. I continue to wonder how interstate ...