Travelodge Hotel Downtown Windsor
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... a Carmel macchiato is? Little snag in boarding... Didn't know you need a passport to board. I left Katie without hers. It was a little embarrassing when the stewardess came aboard asking where the twins were. One left a daughter behind. You can only imagine Katie's look when she boarded the plane. All is well now...or at least I can't her her ...
We made it safely back home after being up for 36 hours (or more as you tend to lose track). It wasn't long before we were right back into our routine of living. Glad to have gone; glad to be back. So until the next time we get together, I thank our Sticky Rice group for being part of ...
... adventures we have been on. It was that good.
Denise and Dave
Disclaimer: Comments and/or opinions embedded anywhere are mine. If there are misspellings of places, I simply picked whatever Ole, our group leader wrote, or I found in Wikipedia. If there are misspellings of simple English words, then I just need to type better or proof read in better detail.
... Brechfa Bunkhouse, Gilfach Wen (West Wales) http://www.brechfa-bunkhouse.com
has various suitable room sizes, can book one month in advance - £15pp = £75/night
Llangatock Mountain Bunkhouse, Crickhowell
sleeps 6 in bunk room - £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