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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... exploring in Malawi on Lake Malawi before hopping on a plane to Paris France.
Robert does a great deal of research and planning on our frequent flyer trips. Last year he was able to get us a free stopover in Switzerland and this year it was a free stopover in Paris where he was able to find cheap flights to Venice and then on to Santorini Greece and then back to Paris for the end of the trip. Venice and Santorini are new places for us ...
... joke between us that the people of Austin really needed to be more careful. :) Also, for being an upgraded room, some of the light fixtures were broken or falling apart. However, the bed was AMAZING! They are always great in Omni hotels, so I wasn't surprised, but just love sinking into them!
After a short nap (I don't sleep at all the night before trips!) we headed to 6th Street with our friends who live there to grab dinner. ...
When you cross the rusty old bridge across the Sabine river into Texas, the speed limit on the highway jumps to 70 (from 55). You get the message quickly. On the Louisiana side of the river is a park commemorating some Confederate breast works (with confederate flags flying). On the Texas side the marker talks about Burr's ferry, there long before the bridge and operated initially by the Vice President's second cousin. This road from Leesville LA to Livingstone TX ...
... shouting for help, eventually someone helped him to the other side of the road. Then the blind guy started yelling at everyone for not leaving their precious BBQ line to help a blind guy… I’d seen this guy pull the same act the day before on a different road and so I mentioned this to the guy in the line next to me.
His name was Jose, and he ended up buying my BBQ for me which was way nice of him. The BBQ was actually quite ...
Our fifth and final day we got up around seven and began breaking camp. This to date has been the most consecutive nights of camping we've ever done - 4 nights. It was great. We had a few bumps early on, like the furnace didn't work our first couple of nights. We figured out the fuse was blown and replaced it right away.
Some other Lessons Learned on this trip were:
- always take at least 1 liter of water with you when walking or ...