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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... wall so she could fit someone else in. So she guides me nearer to the wall and next min. Crunch. The wheel plate is scratched and squashed into the stone wall. (Pratt) she said it will be ok and now can she have the money. I was like I haven't got cash so I can give you it on leaving. She was like can't you walk to the Atm and get it now and come back. I was like no. I'll give it you on departure like she had said was ok in first place. Weirdo. So we went off to ...
... had to be tactful to our faces but we were overwhelmed with the universal good will and positive feeling about America at virtually every stop. I found this surprising as my current state of mind regarding USA is hardly positive (especially after realizing how much tax money we spend on feeding John Kerry and of course that he tried to ruin my shoes). We got a real sense of almost yearning from the various Europeans we encountered - for our lifestyle, for our (in their minds) ...
... wishing for a lottery win - it would help, I guess, if we bought a ticket!
Sarasota is a most attractive city and one of the few American cities that we could feel comfortable living in.
We left Sarasota for our next destination Treasure Island. Part of the journey involved crossing a huge expanse of water with a massive bridge over it, most impressive.
Arrived here late afternoon. We are here for five nights, the longest on this trip and are self catering. We ...
... aunt’s husband joined us while we were eating and he seemed to like the fried shrimp. The dinner was a kind treat to us by my aunt while we were in town. Outside of the restaurant a few photo opportunities were available in the form of a clam backdrop and a giant sea turtle and alligator statue. We would be lame not to take our pictures.
Once we arrived back to the house Diana jumped next to Gnomer in the backseat and we enjoyed a ...
... it to Glasgow. Courtney and I grabbed an old looking taxi and made it to our hotel that we had looked up before leaving London. The front desk guy agreed to the internet price that we had found and gave us our keys. We had a nice private room with some television to watch. We watched tv until falling asleep for the night. While we were in Croatia, we met a guy named William that was from Glasgow. We kept in touch with him and he wanted to meet up with us while we were in ...