Radisson Hotel Largo
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Breakfast Available
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... House, it was behind a lot of trees etc and out of sight. Then there was the blocked roads and finally, we were tired, 'hangry' and a bit over walking for the day. We hailed a taxi and hi-tailed it for the Hotel. It is amazing what a freshen-up can do. A shower and a change of clothes and we were off again looking for a restaurant. It so happens that in the direct opposite way to which we had been going each day is a street full of restaurants, even a deli ...
... 7am to get there shortly after 8am. Arriving at 8.10am, there was
noone in the Lot E booth. So we waited a few minutes then rang the
office. The manager answered and said there would be noone there
until 8.30am (meant to be catching a bus at 8.31am). I relayed our
conversation from yesterday and she was adamant that whoever we spoke
to wasn't from Parking, that they don't allow Rvs to park there as
they take up too much room. We explained more ...
Our rescheduled flight was delayed so we ended up doing quite a bit of waiting at the gate. That wasn't anyone's favorite, but we made it onboard and were seated next to each other (there had been some question when we were initially reassigned) so that was good. Then something completely unexpected happened. A man with a falcon came and sat in our row! He was from the U.S. Air Force Academy and was taking one of their mascots, a prairie falcon named Echo, to an event ...
... in about 10 minutes. This didn't help much with our concerns when they also announced that the plane was full. We eventually got our seat allocations and were surprised that they were in the exit rows with good leg room. This surprise was short lived when we found that we would not be sitting together. At this point Phillip was thinking unrepeatable thoughts about American airline practices when a male passenger volunteered to ...
... She also said that the house served as a destination for soldiers suffering for PTSD. For reasons unknown, the eclectic building has helped many soldiers sleep at night. I found this ironic, because I felt that the building was almost over-stimulating!
We spent a couple of hours surveying the house, champagne in hand. We were dead-set on finding a bunch of hidden doors, but in the end, we only found 5 of 70. The owner said that finding 2 was above average. Within our search ...