Staybridge Suites Augusta
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60; 60; 60; 60; Got up @ 6:00 AM. Returned rental car. Making our way to Myrtle Beach to celebrate Great Grandbaby Miles 1 ...
... languages we will be mingling with in port. We are traveling with another family, and the mom, Lisa, speaks Spanish. That covers day one and two. I know enough French to order a chocolate croissant and find the bathroom. What else could be needed? That's day three, and then it gets interesting. Italian, Greek, and Turkish are a problem. I cannot eat onions. I won't stop breathing or die...just wish for death. Never wanting a repeat of what we now ...
We are Mediterranean bound!
The idea for this trip started as the ultimate field trip for Sara after she studied the ancients in history. The Pyramids and a camel ride were what she wanted most out of this trip, but she was seven at that time, and the trip was going to wait until she was old enough to remember it and appreciate it. After Arab Spring we had to drop Egypt. There will be no ...
... I am in awe of the commitment the French have made towards these end, and not just in Paris. Most cities of substantial size have a metro or tramway system. To their credit, big cities in the US do have amazing subways and metros, but those are few far between. But I have been pondering why the rest of the US hasn't caught on to this. I have been wracking my brain as to why that is. First, in France, it would be impossible to function with cars as the only mode ...
... actually in South Carolina, just over the Georgia border (rather confusing!). I went to a Fresh Market for a few snacks, driving past the Augusta National Golf Course (but could not see in). Picked up Kelly around 9pm - Augusta sure has a dinky airport for such a large city. He was ready to relax after a very long day at airports.
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility