Quality Inn & Suites Airport
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... I rouse myself and realize she’s gone. I hop upstairs and there she is, waiting for me. When I jump up on the bed she sighs, but when I circle, circle, circle, I choose a spot close to
her thigh that doesn’t annoy her. I know this because she gives me a pat, says, “Monty, Monty, Monty!” and sighs again. Then I snore nicely for her….
... radio station, and it caught my eye every time I walked by the last few days. I noticed the door open so I walked in and talked to one of the guys in there. We talked radio, I told him what I did and where I was from. He was very intrigued. He had to get on the air in a few minutes, so I gave him my business card, and then walked back to the hotel. For the 3rd night in a row I ordered room service for dinner, then got to bed early as I knew I had a long day ...
... so bellman shuffling around, all trying to talk to you at the same time, didn't seem to well organized. Then went to check-in and this is where the fun really started. We give the front desk manager our name and are promptly informed he can't find our reservation. He searches for 5 minutes apparently looking for our name but the very moment we offer our reservation number he happens to find it on his computer. It's now 1:15pm and we are told our room will not be ready until ...
... on the same flight tomorrow get a transfer to the airport. Can't believe that we don't have to have a wake-up call tomorrow.
Went to the foyer and got a map of the city and while in our room waiting for the bags to appear - still hadn't been delivered even after an hour - we mapped out what we will do tomorrow. Plan A is a lot of walking - going to the town centre and the main shopping arcade and then going to the Art Gallery and then back ...
... it sure impressed us! But that day we had driven another long way and it was starting to affect me to the point that before it was time to stop for the night I was tired out. So instead of looking for a bush camp we ended up that night staying at the Nisutlin Trading Post Motel ((N60 10.083 W132 42.793) at
the end of the lake. We really cannot afford to do this very often as not only does it tear a huge hole in our budget but in addition our SA Rand has continued to devalue ...