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- Continental Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... appetizers with sparking at the hotel. Teresa found a great little farm to table walking distance away (in Fort Lauderdale - who knew) and we dined on fresh kale salad and small plates of pork tenderloin and antelope medallions. (yelp: http://www.yelp.com/biz/market-17-fort- lauderdale-3) Tomorrow we head to ...
... Tokyo airport a little more. I made a B-line for the sky club that was next to my next gate. the airport as very easy to navigate and everything is in English (thank God). I made it to the Sky club and was sick once more. Now I won't get into the nitty griddy but picture this. A bathroom stall smaller then a tiny closet, it is hotter then blue blazes and I cannot hover because the door is so close to me. Oh and did I mention that the toilet seats are heated? ...
... screen. It was hard to know where it to look first!
Unfortunately by the time we got out it was nearly 3pm and we still had to drive more than 400kms so we had a quick look at the full size U-505 submarine in the basement and totally missed about half of the museum. We had planned on driving to the Indiana State Dunes and Michigan City, but we had to drive instead. On the way out of the museum and back to the highway, we passed through South Chicago ...
... in 1915 eventually accumulating 2,000 acres along the Rouge River. In addition, the company bought 700,000 acres of forests, iron mines and limestone quarries in northern Michigan, Minnesota and Wisconsin, thousands of acres of coal-rich land in Kentucky, West Virginia and Pennsylvania, purchased and operated a rubber plantation in Brazil and even bought their own railroad.
Construction started in 1917 although the ...
... Victor was upset and challenged the charge was of no
matter, and there would be no compromise.
In fact, they were shocked at his challenge. That is how it is done in Japan; accept the norm, ask no questions, make no
challenges. It was fascinating to have a
peek in to the culture, and I’m only convinced that there is so much more for
me to learn.
Thanks for coming
along with me.