Days Inn Raleigh South
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... that we were passing through the other area whereas we were set to visit our friend here. Yikes. Turns out our initial reaction was an over reaction and the place was quiet and the people quite nice. One man came over and offered to help us pump up the pressure in our RV tires. Sometimes first impressions are wrong. It was very quiet. Turns out it was fine and half the ...
... lady who is Social Director for the association and found out about some of the events they do. That's right up Cherie's alley. We also learned about persimmons. We found some unripe ones that had fallen from the tree and had to ask her what they were.
I seem to be doing okay with the time change. I think flying out of Spokane so early was a good start to having to go to bed earlier. This morning it was 9:30 when I ...
The flight from Denver to Cary again was bumpy on take off and landing. I was moving from cloud system to cloud system. I didn't get a window seat this time. But was thankful for an aisle seat with no one in the middle seat. I could not see much out the window. I was also falling asleep. I woke myself up mid snore, or just whatever woke me, but I must have got some sleep.
I didn't get to see the Mississippi or other landmarks. I was greatly looking forward to ...
... time. But the best part of the experience for Rich and me was sharing it with Ben and Mary. We are taking away memories that we’ll all cherish—Fifty Nifty States cards and Mao and Casino and Hearts and Oh, Hell!—Wienerschnitzel and apfelkuchen and morning cold cuts and milchcaffe and gelato and Mary’s birthday dinner and Ben’s first legal beer and pfifferlingen and pretzels and Spetzi—lollipops on the ...
The joys of air travel continue to expand, as Lufthansa has now challenged American carriers' dominance in the "worst service in the air" sweepstakes. Rebecca made reservations with United Airlines months ago for herself, Benjamin, and me to fly from RDU to Chicago on a UAL-operated flight and from Chicago to Frankfurt on a Lufthansa-operated flight. Then the fun began: