Travelodge Hotel Downtown Windsor
Travel Blogs from Windsor
... 20 hours of flight/airport time ahead of us today. We are now in Detroit with an uneventful flight. Mia and Hannah are climbing the walls with a 5 hour layover--we have ridden the elevated tram and figure we can ride it about 10 more times before ...
... tigers lurking above on either wall. The entire exterior of the stadium has gargoyle like tiger heads, with a glowing baseball in their mouths, high on the walls. The back wall of the stadium even looks like a tiger's cage you would see in a zoo. Once inside the tiger attack continues. Two tigers flank the "Tigers" shaped screen atop the scoreboard, kids (and a couple adults) walk around with tiger face paint and the kids' carousel doesn't have horses but ...
... today so I'm happy about that. I'm not really scared at all anymore because I know I can do this. I'm quite excited for the flight actually. On the way to/home from France I watched 4 movies that I had wanted to see. I've got my books and my music. And sleeping of course. I'm all set. Brazil- Rosaneli family, Jéssica, Carol, Renata, Raquel, and friends- here I come! I'll post again from São Paulo in the in the morning if I have ...
... Brechfa Bunkhouse, Gilfach Wen (West Wales) http://www.brechfa-bunkhouse.com
has various suitable room sizes, can book one month in advance - Â£15pp = Â£75/night
Llangatock Mountain Bunkhouse, Crickhowell
sleeps 6 in bunk room - Â£108
Premier Inn Pontypool
food court in National Place at 13th and F with a fairly wide variety of offerings including a Five Guys, a local burger chain, and a SoHo, a hot and cold buffet.
A McDonald's at the same corner.
Ideas where to eat:
http://www.seriouseats.com/2013/01/wher e-to-eat-washington-dc-inauguration-day .html