Hampton Inn & Suites Blairsville
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Wow love Ohio. Don't know why you moved to New Zealand Curtis when you had this.
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... impressive bruising on their upper arms for their efforts. Then some of the club members stood up to show us how it should be done. We then wandered on to watch some of the tennis. Vicki and I walked the perimeter of the golf course before having a siesta. Dinner tonight was on the lodge terrace under a large marquee. We had just sat down when it starting to pour with rain and there was spectacular thunder and lightening. After dinner the tables were moved back for ...
... I counted 38 people on the bus and there were a only few empty seats. I started thinking about the plane that crashed into the Potomac in the 80s which had taken off from the same airport. I had a window seat and got a good view of the Pentagon and Arlington Cemetery from the air rather than the river and DC. The flight to Pittsburgh only took an hour. Gary and Vicki had arrived from New York half an hour earlier and met us in the baggage claim area. They ...