Moraine Suites And Conference Center
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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... them. H's aren't pronounced and for instance, the word tango would be pronounced taingo. There are many other subtleties that are hard to explain, but we loved listening to them talk, always with enthusiasm.
Of all the provinces, Newfoundland was the least wealthy in terms of "the finer things in life." Restaurants were few and far between and B&B's took the place of hotels. However, most of the locals we talked to exuded a spirit of happiness ...
... gallons per hour while making 140 knots. We landed after just less than 4 hours in the air, with enough fuel for another 45 minutes (about 120 miles).
Chris Shearer, who I first met at USAF Test Pilot School in 2000, then re-met when I diverted into his airport while on the Flyabout with Sean 3 years ago, came out to meet us. He, his wife Lisa, son Cameron and daughter Cassie have been our hosts this evening, and it has been great. Alex ...
It's been a few days since I could update the blog, my phone died Tuesday evening and I couldn't recover it until we got to St. Louis! Then Thursday we had very little service on the drive to northern Arkansas and no service or wireless at our condo! Craziness! But now were back home and I'm going to finish out the blog with the remainder of our stops...
Ohio was great! We stayed with Uncle Tom (my Dad's younger brother) and Aunt ...
We arrived after decent plane travel and had a very friendly and helpful taxi driver to Botanic View BB. Bernie, Bernadette, met us at the door with a welcoming smile and a spot of tea, with milk, of course. Left for Duncan's game planning to catch a bus. It never arrived so hailed a taxi. He didn't know where the Seapoint Rugby club was so promised he would get us there for twenty euro. He talked on the phone, drove very fast, and typed into ...
... settling on the backpack, I changed my mind yet again, repacking my original choice: the over the shoulder bag. Am I going to regret this? Probably. But in no way was I going to be able to pack for all aspects of the trip in my one bag. Impossible. I packed the necessities, which I believe I did a fantastic job of minimizing. This includes six shirts, a sweater, jacket, rain ...