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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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In the morning, Mussie was 20 minutes late in picking us up, but he made up every minute staying off of I-25 and zig-zagging to the airport. He allowed us a whole two hours to check in and get through security. You need that much time for international flights.
In this case, we booked our itinerary through South African Airways. They had the best price because they partner ...
We're finally on the road! After a few days of packing way more than we need and loading everything into the RV (thank you for your help, Nana and Max), our journey finally begins! We were on the road by 10:30 and made a quick stop at Grandma and Grandpa's for a spare set of RV keys. Now we're headed west on route 70. Bob is at the wheel, with Riley as his co-pilot and "Controller of the Music". I'm testing out the ...
... have Dramamine so that is good. Nervous about meeting the new people, but also really excited. Nervous about my new responsibilities, but also confident that I can do the work. Nervous because, duh, it’s Oxford! The one place where my love of learning and British people combine! And sometimes the only thing scarier than not achieving a dream, is having it handed to you.
Countdown to Oxford: 24 hours
... bigger and the land surrounding them seemed to be a huge manicured lawn which was usually not fenced between neighbours, so how they knew when to stop mowing their bit was puzzling! The area north of Middleburg was obviously horse country and where the moneyed set lived. A perfect end to our holday which left us with a vivid memory of the area - a lush, green, rolling landscape with white clapboard ...
... to a lot of places, but I always feel so envious of others travel..whether it be Belieze, Greece, Alaska, or the Boundary Waters. Any given day a scan of facebook leaves me jealous of someone who has been somewhere I have not. I always think to the next trip I always seem to be lost in what will come and sometimes forget what was, or is. Something I need to work on. Life exists to be expended in the pursuit of its unattainable capture and ...