Hampton Inn & Suites Flowery Branch
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Today we had to part with our temporary passenger in the rig, my dad. It was a quick visit, but glad we had the chance to show him the ropes around the Sunseeker. We had fun having him aboard!!! It was an early start today; we were up before the sun and out of camp by 7am, headed for the airport to drop off my dad in Atlanta. Luckily it was an early Saturday morning so ...
... why it has s nickname. It's also my first picture of the trip.
Time for a rest stop. Somebody's tired. It was nice to stretch our legs. Back in the car and time for a snack. Leesa made orange cranberry muffins and they were yummy.
Well, we made it all the way to Durham, and Mona, the GPS, is lost, consequently, we too are lost. We are trying to find the hotel and she took us to a residential area and we turned into a dead end street. ...
... about their cities...what to see and do...places to eat...where to shop...and how to get around.
What worked for us was to get off the plane and find an ATM at the airport and get a little cash. Make sure you credit card companies know you will be withdrawing cash from overseas. We had a glitch where a card didn't work...we had to call them to get them to free it up. It would have been simpler to let them know we would be doing ...
... dress....a long to the ankles dress with slits up the sides and white pants under. I think they look lovely.
3rd Place: Air France: Trés chic.....
And on to Hotels:
THE MOST INTERESTING WAY TO GET TO THE GUEST ROOMS:
1st Place: Tied between the Andaz in Tokyo and the Park Hyatt in Seoul, Korea. Both had lobbies at the tops of their hotel. You took one elevator from the ground directly to the lobby and then switched to another elevator ...
... 5 months. All capped off yesterday with the Coronary Bypass burger, a glass of scotch whiskey and the heaviest stout that you could possibly imagine at the Vortex, which I highly recommend. It was a good evening with good friends, and trying to savor this before I take off.
Anyway, that's probably enough for my first entry, given that I haven't set foot on the trail yet.