The Phoenix, Greenville's Inn
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
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... 3.75 hours. My first experience fueling a big rig at a truck stop, dual pumps and transaction limits on the card... Then we parked in the gravel lot and had a quick lunch. <b><i><u>Dinner time in Little Rock...</u></i></b> 9:30pm (CT): Little Rock, Arkansas. After 12 hours on the road, we stopped at a Chilis for dinner in Little ...
Our first day will be traveling. I leave from GSP at 7am and arrive at Dulles around 10:30 am. I'll leave for Italy at 3:30pm Flight from GSP to Charlotte was short and sweet. On my way now to Dulles. I am going to have to get my baggage then head to ticketing and go through airport security all over again. What a ...
... br> My mother moved back to South Carolina in the '80s after my dad died; she currently lives in a very nice assisted living environment in Simpsonville. My very favorite male cousin, Sam, and his family live in Greenville. Sam has recently been diagnosed with stage 4 liver cancer and placed under hospice care.
I told Jeff when we were out of town in April how upset I was that I hadn't called Sam before leaving the country. I felt so ...
... to walk.
In 2013, I Thru-hiked the Appalachian Trail. SOBO FOR LIFE!! The trip was in remembrance to my father David Kelly, as much of my passion for the outdoors was inspired by him. But I needed to escape from the world as well. After a service year in AmeriCorps NCCC/FEMA Corps in 2013, I was inspired to continue traveling and do something I felt passionate about. So I flew up to Maine, threw on a pack, hiked South with a ...
... the mountain. Eventually weaving through an area with a lot more vegetation, slightly jungle-like but without the heat. We took our packs off for a bit in order to get a little squirrly on a a mini boulder problem. It was slightly sketchy especially in hiking boots but it was so nice to touch real rock again...:)
Our next pit stop was along the trail when Bryan heard rustling in a bush. He declared it a bear (more likely a squirrel) ...