Comfort Inn Airport
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- High-speed internet in room
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... there were hundreds of boats. Took some nice pictures with the guys down there in front as the sun was shining perfectly. Lots of cute looking ice cream shops like pinkberry & Ben and Jerrys around. Resisted the temptation!! We walked past a famous statue that's by the harbour called "the wave" it's a sea wave with a pair of feet hanging out. After a bit more of a walk around the shops and past the town centre we headed back for our ...
... different or ones we don't get! And I got myself some tweezers, how I forgot mine I do not know being a beautician and everything and being so obsessed with my brows. After there we went to pauls daughters house which was your typical all American house with the front porch and massive back yard. They had ordered take out pizza & got a beautiful big cake & piñata! Proper American kids birthday party. I ...
... it was up in the 90's again, we had very little traffic until the last few miles but thankfully we beat rush hour and got checked in to the hotel. Tomorrow we have a day to decide how and what is going back with us and what is going back on the bike.
... hour flight and we had plenty on board to keep us entertained.
Looking back on the two weeks we spent traveling, we have hundreds of memories and special moments we will never forget. Our ordered list of favorites:
1) St. Andrews. The golf course, the serenity, the beach, the restaurants and shops- everything was just heaven.
2) Paris. The engagement, the Eiffel Tower, all ...
... off and returning with baskets of fresh popcorn. No idea where he got them from. Our Long Island Ice Tea was more like a Moscow Ice Tea, and finishing it put me o my ****. Drunk and full of English beans, I moved in to the next phase of my drunken persona, The Host. Running about mingling and talking to everyone, I didn't even need an opening line or question. Just say Hello in a bright and breezy Hugh Grant fashion, and they do the rest of the work for ...