Holiday Inn Express Winston-Salem Downtown West
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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Leaving GSO 6:05 am to Dallas by AA, then Dallas to Tucson. Jan & Omo picked us up at the airport. On the way home stopped by at Bashar to get some groceries. For lunch we have fried spring roll, only three of us (Eric still at work).For supper, as usual we do invite the Barrett to ...
... weather, poor soil, and the global economic turndown. In this corridor, it is estimated that 54,000 people go hungry on a daily basis. According to UNICEF, nearly half of Guatemalan children suffer from severe malnutrition. The chronic hunger rate for children (49.8 percent) is the highest in the region and the fourth highest in the world.
As a result, over 75 percent of the country’s population falls below the poverty line.
Our stop in King was a trip down memory lane for Kent! He grew up in King, NC and we got to see lots of friends and family. Our camp site had a beautiful view of Pilot Mountain. In the Andy Griffith Show it was called Mt. Pilot which was the town outside of Mayberry. The Dairi-O serves the best Carolina style hot dog ever and it was our first stop for lunch! It use ...
... would not have anything to eat until we reached Atlanta at 5:00 pm.
The flight went perfectly and when we got to Chicago, we had to take a bus ride over to the other terminal to catch the plane to Atlanta. By the time we got to the terminal, our flight was loading. We didn't wait at all. Once again the flight went smoothly all the way to Atlanta. ...
... of Andy Griffith. Fittingly, Mt. Airy is also the town that Mayberry was modeled after on the Andy Griffith Show. Most of you are probably old enough to remember the show, right?
The show ran from October 1960 until April 1968 and featured Sheriff Andy Taylor played by Andy Griffith, Deputy Barney Fife played by Don Knotts, Opie Taylor played by Ron Howard and Aunt Bee played by Francis Bavier. There were a host of other characters on ...