Plantation Inn Hotel & Lounge
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... mornig. Had breakfast at the epic 11th st diner, everything about this place was great. Artdeco within an inch of its life. Such cool dudes, none of the over the top american tip-based service, just a genuine, freindly "hey, hows it going" and great easy going vibe. And so inexpensive -you could easily have a huge breaky here for $10 including coffee/tea. Wendy got the breakfast burrito (she rated as awesome) and I had eggs, sausages, toast and 2 types ...
... time we were still waiting to board. By then, the skies began to clear. Finally, at about 16:30, boarding began again. We nervously boarded the plane, worried we would miss our connection from Dallas to Grand Junction. We were one full hour late when the plane pushed back from the gate at 17:00.
Shortly before the plane pushed back, an Army major sat in the window seat beside Leslie. He asked where we ...
... was a large crowd of people just standing there. I thought it was some kind of tour group, so I began to walk around. Then I noticed it was actually three lines. At the head of each line was a Customs and Border Patrol officer. They were checking everyone's passport. I went back to the end of a line and waited my turn.
On my customs form I wrote that I had been to Guyana and Suriname ...
... compared to what we saw at Florida State last week, I can understand why they didn't want the FSU band marching at halftime. Since they didn't march, there is no rating for the FSU band this week.
Fans - Sportsmanship was definitely not on full display for this game. The Miami fans were taunting the Florida State fans all during the first quarter as Miami was building a 10 point lead. This was not an isolated incident. They did a ...
... new full-body scanners, so at least I had that to entertain me.
A brief stop at the United Club for brekkies, then on to the plane. Paul had already been upgraded, and I was upgraded right before take-off (though, since I have more lifetime miles and annual miles than him, I can’t figure out why he was upgraded before me). This meant that Kyla had three seats (in the exit row) to herself, and ...