Best Western John Jay Inn
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... And be aware that HERTZ like to overbook their cars.
RENTALCARS.COM wrote on 7 October 2014
Dear Dieter Werner Storr,
Thank you for your email.
As stated in our cancellation policy if the rental is cancelled, refused due to insufficient documentation or for failure to provide a valid credit card we must be informed at the time of pick up. We will ...
... and realize whatever it was that had to change in their lives. For example, they had to break up with the person they’re dating, go to grad school, change professions, move to a different city or country, etc. In a weird way, we were a lot more like the 60-something travelers. They had an established life already, a home, a family, a place they had been living for years, etc. They knew who they were and didn’t feel a need ...
... in my case, when I have been in States during last three years maybe like 15 times, crossing the borders either with our minivan or through the airport during the flights to / from the South / central America, etc. Anyway the immigration officer did not ask anything this time, just stamped my passport and issued new visa waiver for 3 months.
I traveled to Portland, Oregon by Boltbus. It rained a lot all the way down. My bus arrived to Portland at 9.30 PM, it was ...
... of tea I brought from home in my hotel room. We landed in London at 6 am Friday to a very humid drizzly day. I met 2 gals from same group & we took the shuttle to the hotel which is very nice (the hotel not the shuttle). Beds are very small & not too comfy, but who cares!!
Roommate not here yet--I couldn't find my PJ's fast enough and literally fell into bed after being ...
... immediately I was told where the Capitol Building was, which Tracy had found on Google Maps on Saturday too, and as it was only four blocks I decided to head over, but to use the lockers for my rucksack. Unfortunately my bag was too big for the locker, which a room full of Greyhound passengers watched me discover as I tried to squash it in several times before giving up. Putting the $2 I would have spent on the locker in my pocket and the bags on my back I headed ...