East Suites Hotel Columbus
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We got up at 6:45, had breakfast and the van was there to pick us up. Mark paid for the van and the tip for the driver. He is so generous. The driver wasn't sure which way to go when we left the hotel because so many streets were closed due to the flooding. It had rained most of the night. We found out from the doorman at the Cliff House that we could go back out the one way street past the hotel. Mark called us today to make sure we got home ...
Well, it is Thursday morning. "She who must be obeyed" has left and gone off to work. She is trying to earn enough to pay for our insane health care we were told is good for us by those who do not have to participate. And if there is any extra maybe she will lend me some for another trip?
I left Cameron, MO at 0515 (0615 Ohio time) and arrived home about 2045 (8:45 pm) My ...
... right around $1500, including economy comfort seats on both international flights. The flight schedule is remarkably convenient. We arrrive in Prague at a decent hour- 10:35 AM, and we leave Budapest at a decent hour- 10:10 AM. And no other layovers other than New York on our way out are longer than 1.5 hrs. We will also get to see a miniscule bit of Paris with a 1.5 hr return layover in Charles De Gaulle airport. The Phoenicians arrive ...
... on this earth is limited and oh so precious.
After visiting all of those coastal cities on my last trip, I knew this time I wanted to see more of inland Europe. But I LOVED the idea of cruising. Unpacking once, taking your hotel room with you to each new destination, getting just the best highlights of each city, cruising is clearly the best way to go. So we decided this time to go on a river cruise. There are other ...
... swans, Mexican wolf, Bison, Reindeer, Moose, Deer and Black and Brown Bears. But the main attraction for Zach was the Barn (AKA Old Mac Donald’s Farm) which had a petting zoo so he was in heaven petting the sheep and the goats.
There were also pony rides and guess how much they cost a $1. So much cheaper than Perth. All Chris keeps saying after reading a recent article is Perth is the most expensive city to live in the Southern hemisphere. Zach was very brave and ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center