Americas Best Value Inn - Mayflower
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... travel partner! So as I'm starting to near the age of 40, I'm deciding to put my big girl panties on and travel solo. Alone. Such a scary and depressing word to me in many ways, but also a word of comfort in my life. My plan is to make it a word of strength instead. At some point this summer, my first solo trip is waiting. I'm planning to take a driving trip west during the most beautiful time ...
... life is good, nothing can bring me down because I’m going to Alaska tomorrow and I’m a rock star kind of day. I get to my gate and everything is on schedule. I’m due to leave in about 45 minutes at this point. I settle in and wait to board. That’s when the dreaded words come over the intercom…. "Ladies and gentlemen, maintenance is on board the aircraft. There is an issue with the plane losing cabin pressure. We are ...
... delayed until 6:00 PM. Not looking good for connections. Put in a route from Atlanta to Minneapolis. But what if she doesn’t make it to Atlanta?
· Kim called. Divert! Southwest has a seat. Thanks Jackie LaPointe! Oh yeah, Shawn and Jackie LaPointe will be traveling with us. Or us them. We hijacked their trip. Shhh…don’t say hijack on ...
... was then end of the tour for
the north by north east tour so they were leaving. However we were getting some new people for the western part of the tour. There were only 3 new people. We then got on the coach, waved goodbye and then left Chicago.
On the first part of the trip i updated, read and watched part of a movie. We stopped in Milwaukee for about 2hrs for an early lunch and to walk around. I had a look at ...
Our drive from Howe, IN, took us through Chicago area. The traffic was heavy and construction helped to slow things down. All in all, it was about an hour of white-knuckle driving (Thanks, Paul!) through the Ryan Expressway. Cars were changing lanes quite suddenly with little notice. My particular favorite is when the driver passes on the right and then cuts in front of the car in the passing lane when there seems to be less than a car ...