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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Travel Blogs from Forest City
... and some starter for vegetable soup. Don’t know how that will taste but it might come in handy on a cool night. We walked in and out of several stores and then headed back to Flat Rock to the Carl Sandburg House.
Gypsy sent us on another wild goose chase but we eventually made it. As soon as we got in the park and found some benches we sat down and ate our sandwiches so Jerry could take the cooler back to the car before ...
... The grease from the onion rings was sitting heavily on my stomach and it was hot and I was tired! It’s only 1.5 miles but doing it right on the heels of climbing Chimney Rock was a bit much. We did it though and saw the beautiful falls. Tiny butterflies were flying around and one landed on Jerry’s shoulder. I was able to get the camera out of his pocket and snap a pic of it. I found out as we were walking that the camera ...
We arrived at Tom Johnson's about 1:30 and Jerry said he hoped to be away by 3:00. I thought surely we'd be away much sooner than that but as usual I was mistaken again. We met with Jeff Phillips and he went over the repairs that had been done and everything seemed to check out. After that Jerry wanted to meet with Ray, the service administrator to ask about the $700 that we had paid to Camping World for the fuse ...
Our first day will be traveling. I leave from GSP at 7am and arrive at Dulles around 10:30 am. I'll leave for Italy at 3:30pm Flight from GSP to Charlotte was short and sweet. On my way now to Dulles. I am going to have to get my baggage then head to ticketing and go through airport security all over again. What a ...
... decisions and the captain is following them, but that in an emergency, the roles switch, and the captain of the plane tells the air traffic controller what he needs and what he’s going to do, and it is the controller’s job to get him (or her!) options and then whatever he (or she!) needs. In this case, the captain was asking about other airports, and the air traffic controller was offering options—Teeterboro in ...