Ramada Limited Plano
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... me to pack her! So cute! Then I'd made a list of what I needed to do before I leave tomorrow and daphne sat on my list so I think she wants to be on my list and come with. Adorable!! Then my afternoon consisted of chilling out and painting my toes. Taylor headed out to church for a meeting so I stayed home and watched all new kardashians!! When Taylor got back we headed through In & Out burgers drive thru for my last American burger of my ...
... arrangements, the crew of a helicopter parked nearby came out and started to prepare to depart. We hadn’t put the EZ down on its nose, as we would be relocating to the hangar – a big mistake as I had to hang on to the ‘plane to stop it being blown over as the helicopter began to lift off. Patrick was unable to exit the FBO to come and help as the helicopter was in the way – a close shave. Note to selves: in future don’t park anywhere ...
... Just buskers on the street and loads of people just dancing along with them, especially Peter! Eric and Blake were true gents helping me walk the wonky paths in my heels, literal slopes I had to be guided along which was hilarious! Blake helped me all the way back to my car, by which this point me and Carlie had our shoes off walking the cobbles! The night ended with a dance party in the car on the way home and getting in at half 3! Perfect night ...
... Rwandan hospitality and they wouldn’t take no for an answer. So we ate, slowly to show we were enjoying the food. And we talked as we ate.
Mathias had a fascinating and rather heartbreaking story to tell. At age, 19 he was press-ganged into the Rwandan Army. He was just walking down the road and a vehicle pulled up, some soldiers got out and grabbed him and off he went to training camp. After only rudimentary training he was sent into the Congo as part ...
... was coaxed over to the plane. They have a new system in place now in Atlanta for US passengers arriving internationally. Electronic kiosks allow passengers to scan their own passports, have their photos taken and answer the usual questions. No more forms to fill out by hand. The kiosk prints a slip which is then presented to an agent and stamped. Our experience with this new procedure was excellent, easy and fast. It felt great to be home ...