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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... About 1:30pm we headed to the track (gotta remember over 100,000 people can fit into the stands for racing at Charlotte and the fan zone opened at 2pm. We parked our car reasonably close to the track and by now it was raining pretty consistently.
Phil and I decided to brave it and headed over to the fan zone. FREEBIES! We walked through the fan zone, drooled over big American cars, ...
... across the US). The day was a long drive taking more than 7 hours with only food stops. Charlotte is very busy at the moment as there is NASCAR racing this week and guess what! I am going to the race! Very exciting.
To give you an ideas of what we have done so far...
We started in Vancouver, Canada and flew down to Seattle in Washington State, where we picked up our car, we have driven ...
... back in bright green hues. Sodden ground had caused a big tree to be uprooted on Broad Street not far away, but we were OK.
I hope that by now, most of you have arrived home safely from your Feast travels, and if not, that you will all be back by Sabbath! It was a wonderful Feast for our family, and I hope you enjoyed reading of our experiences and seeing some of the ...
... of movies, music, network series episodes and the other options which all caused monitor crashes.
To our surprise served lunch. Not sure why surprised it was listed on our itinerary. The big challenge will it be chicken or pasta. I really don’t think either is the correct answer but find the pasta usually looks edible and often has some liquid as compared to dry chicken surprise. Served with red or white wine and efficient airline attendants. Later we ...
... 8217;s Irish Pub – good stuff! Looks like it would be a lot of fun to go there on Sunday for the live music and $4 pints of Guinness. Then after walking some more the pregnant one of us (!) suggested we froyo at EpiCenter – I didn’t want to be rude so I went along (I’m selfless). I’m currently trying to figure out how to take her along for ...