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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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We are busy packing and getting ready to catch our flight this afternoon. So we haven't left the house yet and I'm wondering what we forgot!
Ironmate here...Im eerily calm, what is wrong with me.??? All of us managed to pack just 2 bags pp. Of course Ironman also had his bike and race duffel, so he had ...
Finally after waiting and saving for two years, the trip of a lifetime is here. It's a cloudy, gray day in Holly Springs but in our minds, it's totally bright and sunny. We've had our fingernails and toenails primped, our bags are packed, our tummies are full - ...
... whole family Attended the rehearsal dinner tonight. Was late. And was scolded for it! Mainly because Eric and I fell asleep and stayed that way til Steve rang. The ravages of travel. An interesting institution - the rehearsal dinner - but useful for family who have: A) never met B) not seen each other for thirteen years C) are unrelated but relevant to the wedding or D) are hungry to get together and be able to identify themselves. There were fireflies ...
... I find it funny when people ask me, "well aren't you nervous!?" as if that is even of question. Of course I'm nervous, but it doesn't stop me. Not like it would if I were taking part in skydiving per say. You can ship me to a developing country any day of the week, but you won't catch me jumping out a plane for any amount of money in the world. So, I guess that draws a hard line between a 'good' nervous and a ...
... that were really, really hard. I went through a break-up...several times, I had an unexplained illness that lasted for a month, I was living in a place that was so gross and dirty all the time, and I had to constantly battle and cope with my anxiety. This makes it sound like I was predominantly miserable, but even with all of that stress, I really wasn't. Being in an unfamiliar place with unfamiliar people and being forced to adapt to the local culture gave me a whole ...