Hampton Inn and Suites Munster
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... time - and cost money. We considered simply leaving it behind, on the assumption that the landlord would deduct the expense of removing it from the rental bond. Sarah, however, unzipped the calico cover and we discovered that the wadding inside was actually quite easy to pull apart... So began the "murder" of a futon. Maggie and Sarah tore, wrenched and pulled apart the guts of it, filling two lightweight garbage bags with wadding and foam rubber as they went. I ...
... stay in and and that's when things took a turn downhill .Up till now we ha been really happy with our accommodations and thought the same would be of this place but we returned from being out to find the sofa bed still not made even though we had requested it ,the wifi not working and no phone reception ....we thought these issues could be fixed ....no big deal .....well after a couple of hrs and half a dozen phone calls to the internet provider they ...
... it was really lumpy too. The beef wasn't very nice either. So I left the pub with both a headache & feeling sick!! Mel hated it to so it wasn't only me!!
We then wandered around for a bit & decided to kill time by sitting In a cafe until the doors open for the show, so we are currently sat in Dunkin Donuts, enjoying a hot chocolate. We both decided to try a donut to get rid of the rank taste of the meal we had but I kept ...
... one kid from Swansea who was already half cut, and whilst nice enough because of his head start (and also because he just acted young) got a bit irritating with his constant shouting and pointless comments. He had done a summer camp thing and was spending his last few days touring. That seems to be a growing theme as I head over the East Coast. Less people waiting for uni to start more people finished summer jaunty's and heading back home. ...
... lightning to the south, one of which I swear I saw hit a nearby marina.
Coming down again into the muggy air at ground level wasn't particularly pleasant, but we did promise ourselves to come back and eat at the Cheesecake Factory, located in a hollowed out area at the foot of the Hancock, or 'Big John' as it is apparently known. Drizzles of rain accompanied us home, making the air even more humid, but the odd flash of lightning was worth ...