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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... for fine dining but I decided to try the excellent buffet - just for a snack. When it came time to board first class passengers were led through a private jetway. When I showed my boarding pass to the flight attendant I was taken to my seat, offered a drink and given pajamas. After dinner the attendant made up my bed. I had a restless night's sleep and a decent ...
We are still in McCormick. Our actual trip starts on Friday, August 28. I am now in practice mode. I hope you will enjoy our trip to Denmark, Noway, Sweden, and Iceland.
We are now trying to decide what we need to take and what we can leave at home. When we went to Asia, we were thinking hot weather. We think it will be quite cool in Scandinavia.
When traveling with 3 kids under 10 you start preparing months in advance! We have packed each person their own duffle bag, packed an extra bag for dirty laundry, and a carload of snacks and drinks that are corn free and fun. Also, each child was given a toiletry bag to hang from eat in front of them to keep toys and iPods in. Our hope is this will cut down on anyone stepping on their siblings beloved x, y, or ...
Today we push on from. Birmingham, Alabama to cross the State of Georgia from West to East. We will drive for about 4.5 hours today with Augusta as our final destination. Driving was good with a wee bit of misty rain at fiirst but finally blue skies and sunshine broke through. It was so wonderful to finally see some sunshine after several days ...
... shaped this little town - the railroad, the Winter Colony and the big nuclear power plant that was built in the 1950's, south of the town.
The first train rolled through the newly established town of Aiken in 1833 and shortly afterwards a bigger town was planned and built. It attracted lots of visitors, particularly wealthy people from Charleston who wanted to spend their summers at the "place of retreat from the heat and malaria of unhealthier ...