DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Greensboro
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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Fly out by Delta from GSO to LGA (Laguardia) get there by 10:40 am. (CRJ 900 jet) as usual Delta is live up to its reputation DELAY. After landing the plane spend lots of time on taxi way. Took a taxi cab to their apartment. We went out to have lunch in China Town by taking train #7 from Court Square to Grand Central Station (42th street) then took train #6 to Brooklyn Bridge (City Hall) Walked to the back of Court House to have lunch at Big ...
We have been home (my home) for over a week now enjoying seeing family and friends. My Mom is doing much better than last year able to walk unassisted for short distances and has graduated to a cane. My cousin Tom is still fighting cancer and holding his own. We are now at my son's place helping move into his new house. I'm glad I ...
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Leaving GSO 6:05 am to Dallas by AA, then Dallas to Tucson. Jan & Omo picked us up at the airport. On the way home stopped by at Bashar to get some groceries. For lunch we have fried spring roll, only three of us (Eric still at work).For supper, as usual we do invite the Barrett to ...
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