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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... voucher was a good tradeoff. At the last minute they called me up and assigned me a totally different seat. So now I'm no longer with Kim and have nothing to show for it. Thanks for nothing USAir. Great customer disservice! Home in a few hours though. Bittersweet after a great week away with Kim. We travel well together and I hope we can do a lot more of ...
... where it has been busy. Other places here in out travels have not had many traveller or holidaymakers. We met a nice couple here from Alabama.
Went on to Cherokee and visited the Cherokee Museum. It was very interesting and very sad as many Cherokee were forced to move and many died on the “Trail of Tears”. We drove into Harrah’s Cherokee Casino as I had heard about the water and video display in the foyer. The ...
... my self with either the blanket or pillow. Usually decide to sit on blanket first. Pillow is a higher order reinforcement reward in my own situation.
The Luddites got aboard! After about 15 minutes of entertainment console delight it became clear by noise level, attendants running around and angry passengers screaming insults that something was amiss. Captain came online (glad this was most important message he had to deliver during flight) to apologize that about a ...
... in print media in 2010. In 2014 there were 2593. CCLers love to write and they're effective communicators. From a handful of chapters founded by Marshal Saunders, CCL has grown to 266 local and 16 international chapters. CCL has gained enormous status in the media and stature on Capitol Hill. When you click on the link to climate "scientists" in the most recent NYT editorial on ...
... from various different walks of life, with whom I would share some wonderful memories over the next seven days. The group had individuals with four different nationalities, aged 18-55, and various different personalities with one common interest- travel. Led by wanderers who were not lost- Ardell and Stephanie- we embarked onto an enthralling journey. We spent the First night on the bunk beds on the bus at ...