- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Started my first big trip today! Today was DCA to CLT, CLT to Grand Cayman, Grand Cayman back to CLT. We're in Charlotte overnight tonight. Tomorrow is Charlotte to to San Jose, Puerto Rico and back to Charlotte. Monday is Charlotte to Tampa. I can't wait for that leg cause we have a long layover in Tampa and I need some time in the sun. Tuesday is three legs between Tampa and DCA awns then we're ...
This is a historic site. There was a Revolutionary War battle fought here and also a Civil War battle fought here. This plantation house was used in the movie "The Patriots" with Mel Gibson. This was the home his family lived in for the movie. I've been here before with my mom so some of you have probably already seen some of these ...
We caught the shuttle back to the airport at 11:45. This is the last day of this trip. My instructor told me that she could have passed me on the 1st day or the 2nd day but she didn't want to because if she would have, they would have taken me off the trip and probably put me on reserve. I told her I'm glad she didn't because I didn't want to be taken off the trip. I was having too much ...
... snacks to eat and we rode the tram up the mountain, got out at a couple of stops so the girls could get out and enjoy the water. Mady enjoyed it, I'm not sure that Hailey liked it too much. She was happier when she was closer to shore, not that it was deep but the water was a little ...
... Factory has quite an impressive main meal section too however the portions are gigantic and so we ordered a herb encrusted salmon salad to share, which did not seem to impress out waitress in the least. The salmon was excellent, and as a reward for eating so healthy we treated ourselves to the red velvet cheesecake. This was beyond rich! And between us we didn't even make it halfway into the piece before admitting defeat.
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