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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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Had to have an entry from the airport so it would leave a push pin on my travel map. Lots of time on my hands as I wait for the plane. I hope I have time and Internet to write a little something every day or at least post a few pictures. Getting excited! People watching in the airport is very interesting. All the different languages you hear, the different clothing choices. Sannie and Bruce expected any moment to complete our travel group. Next time you hear from me, I will be in ...
... upgrade for me. I guess all wasn't lost in terms of customer service with the airlines after all. When my boarding group was called, I gave the agent my passport and boarding pass. As one last thing to get my heart racing, he asked me for my visa! I told him that I was just connecting and Brazil wasn't my final destination. He let me go. Maybe I finally get to enter Brazil now! And by the way, exit rows rule! I surprisingly slept pretty well on the flight ...
... notice 30 days prior when I was first approached with the opportunity. These next 5 days were hechect to say the least. With a goodbye party Monday night June 16, 2014. Then moving all my stuff with the help of Brendan June 17th in 90 degree muggy weather wasn't fun but we managed to get it done and make the best of it. June 18, ...
... some lunch before our first flight to Chicago. We ate at Wings in the terminal and although the menu looked exciting the food was disappointing. Good to know for next time we are flying to the States from YEG. Our flight to Chicago was pretty standard. Being a regional jet there was no seat-back entertainment so we kept ourselves entertained by playing crib on Gina's iPad, reading and sleeping (made very entertaining by the malaria dreams I've been having since I ...
... the USA in courts for 12 years to get back in Virginia, as the people and culture are def Virginian.
Back in the 1700's Lord Fairfax 'owned' Virginia and he employed a young George Washington to help survey his lands. Washington realised that the lands known as the Shenandoah valley were extremely fertile and of temperate climate and bought a significant stake as did his brothers. They set up plantations and ...