Extended Stay America - Charlotte - Tyvola Rd. - Executive Park
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- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Stayed over in Charlotte last night. It was our first experience with AirBNB and it went well. Jonathan and his partner were very nice and the room was clean and comfortable. On the other hand our flight experience was not nearly as good. USAir/American Airlines really screwed the pooch. They were asking for volunteers to give up seats and we decided ...
... day today with a few stopovers and ended the day at Pine Mountain Park near the Tennessee border.
Day 67. Friday 31 July 2015
On to Gatlinburg (more touristy than in 1993) and through the Great Smoky Mountains National park (still beautiful). Took some by roads and it was lovely. We drove up Clingmans Dome but couldn’t get a park. I had a look while Linton slowly drove i the queue around the parking area. This had been only ...
... passengers were experiencing console challenges. Only option left was to reboot the system and hope for the best. Oh this would take 22 minutes if everyone kept their fingers off the console displaces until welcome screen appeared. This little fact was important and attendants pleaded and held passengers hands to keep them from banging on the console display as if it was a elevator lift requiring 20 pushes on every button to insure a longer ascend. Well 22 minutes was more like 45 ...
... country churches, cotton plantations, small communities and at times rather large houses, dense tree lined interstate roads, numerous fast food, attorney and accommodation signs along the way. We haven't mentioned this before but if you ever need an attorney in the US and don't know one, just drive a mile up any interstate and you will have a wide collection of numbers to call!
We arrived in Charlotte ...
... P.J. O'Briens. After a couple of drinks and wickets to the Aussie's it was time to head up to the departure gate, where there were more wickets falling and all out before we boarded.
All aboard the plane to Sydney and then through customs. By the time we got in, there was no time for drinks, just a toilet break and then it was up to old gate 9 where we climbed aboard the big silver bird that was going to take us to Dallas. America has ...