Holiday Inn Express Greenville
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- Adjoining Rooms
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... his electric tile cutting machine outside, so every few minutes we had the sound of a loud circular saw echoing around the place. Still, the breakfast was free, if you like orange squash and Frosties. The manager of the hotel is a middle aged Asian lady who somewhat surprisingly left Willsden Green (Middlesex) 13 years ago to take up a new role looking after the best hotel in Indianola. I suspect that the best hotel in Willsden Green has improved during that time. The B.B. ...
... not pay the gratuity (automatically added to the account) and to remove it from my account. I did not provide a reason but while I was dealing with my account, other passengers where at the Purser's office requesting the gratuity be removed from their account. The main reasons being given was poor service in the dining room and the poor attitude of bar staff. Much the same reasons as to ...
... already coned off and police cars are at the ready. Of course we're getting a late start. No problem we missed them by five minutes! On our way to Nacogdoces, Texas and the birthplace of "Our V". Our route takes us through the rice paddies of Arkansas. Miles of paddies interspersed with an occasional farm house. We can't help but appreciated our country's heartland and ...
... With the Golden Hand". Who would have thought? The slogan for the church is "Jesus went that a way"! Get it???? The finger is pointing up.
Back on the road to the ruins of Windsor. It was quite the back road to get there. Most of it was not paved and took about 30 minutes of slow driving through ...
... She has been on pins and needles while he's away. I thanked her for his service. There.... Now that you are all caught up on Pam's life we can talk about Kermit. They had a few neat things of his but most of it is in the Smithsonian Collection. I saw there was a Rainbow Bridge in town named ...