Radisson Hotel Largo
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... I have ever seen. I have never been so gob-smacked by a place and although I don't ever really dream of being rich, well... if it were ever to happen I know where I'd live and I promise you, it wouldn't be Mosman my friends... The old french quarter in Charleston is SOOOO quaint and beautiful it almost feels Disney-fied - it's like the most picture perfect place you could imagine and it actually exists and people actually live there - and then you hear their ADORABLE southern ...
We woke early - about 6am - still dark. Had a slow start to the day - checked the weather report. As showers were predicted for afternoon we decided we'd do our touring around in the morning and shop in the afternoon. Ventured outside at about 8am - ***********e around apart from a couple of winos waking up. Quite a different story to last night when the area was a hive of activity. We were trying to find somewhere for breakfast but couldn't find anything ...
... the last 10 blocks, I was certainly moving faster than the traffic. My seats were in the centre of the second row on the mezzanine. Perfect view of the stage from that vantage point. The show was amazing and so much fun. Definitely glad I went to see it. I ended up catching the subway back for he hotel at around 10:30 and that was pretty good, still heaps of people out and about. Was heading for bed at 11:30 and went for a shower. The showers here have a little ...
Set off for a leisurely trip on Amtrak from Penn station to Washington . NYC was hot but DC ,( get the jargon ? ) much hotter about 38 deg. & very humid We met our landlady after a bit of a wait a very nice apartment awaited us centrally placed and an easy walk to all the attractions . We walked down to the National Mall for a look at the capitol building , Washington memorial
Smithsonian from a distance ,then down to the ...
... t seen in a few years as she moved back into school. As I was walking home from the Metro I saw the most beautiful sunset over the Capitol, pictures do not do it justice. The last few weeks have been hectic and frankly pretty overwhelming. But as I watched the sunset I began to think more about things we had seen the last week. We started in Philadelphia the birthplace of freedom. Where both men and women, strong in their convictions worked to shape a nation free from tyranny ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility