Park Lane Hotel and Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... landing area that looked quiet. There was a sign that said they allowed 48r parking so we assumed we could just stay the night. At some point in the evening a police officer came and told us to leave but after Chris showed him the sign he said we could stay. Technically I think the sign was for people who had gone boating could leave their cars for 48hrs but it was ambiguous so we won that round. The sky was dark, the air was warm, and the night was quiet. We slept in ...
... from Boston to Hilton Head SC. I leave Boston feeling blessed but look forward to what is to come. When landed, I was great with flowers and huge hugs all around. Being reunited with my family was the best birthday present ever!
After many emails and pictures, I finally get to see the boat (name to be announced soon) in person. I'm still pinching myself that we will be living aboard her for ...
... up our shopping spree at the Tanger outlets). Becky and Bill were worn out from the all the activities of day, but I really think Nana was feeling a little underdressed so they decided to head back to the resort. As we arrived at the boathouse the gang consisted of Amanda, Alison, Noel, Kody, Mamaw, Papa Gee, and myself, but Noel still wasn’t feeling up to par and was really wanting to just go back to the room and take a nap while Kody was ...
... they took us in and showed us to a table.
I can attest to everything that was said in the restaurant reviews about never having experienced anything like this, and it starts from the minute you walk in the door. Just as you get closer to the door, the doorman asks how many are in your party. You reply and he says “OK come with me”. We were expecting to be seated at a table for two, but instead we got seated at a table for 10 with other people ...
... and two cavalry regiments, they were the first such units chartered in peacetime. The troops, which formed one fifth of the army's forces in the West, served as guards for pioneer wagon trains and helped in the development of Western towns. Still known as buffalo soldiers, the all-black regiments distinguished themselves in the Spanish-American War and World War II. They continued in army service until the U.S. armed forces were integrated in 1952 and formed the first ...