Embassy Suites Hotel Phoenix-North
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... unfazed, Leslie and I strategized on how to get our carry-ons and still make our connection. We decided Leslie would go to the counter at the end of the jet-way in the terminal to determine our next gate. Meanwhile, I would patiently wait for the bags.
As soon as the door to the small jet opened, we put our plan into action. It seemed to take forever to get my hands on our bags. Once I did, I was up the ...
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... There is so little room between the seats that you cannot even open a magazine without reclining the seat back. Only three hours left till we land hopefully things will improve. I arrived in Toronto without incident at around 5 PM my flight to Dublin does not leave until 10 PM. Flight was O.K., a little rough, $6.00 for some kind of wrap, all in all your basic flight.
The airport has a very large section for ...
... of it a Reward card with 4.20 $ on it, you can use …. Which we did towards our breakfast… free WiFi, I have to say this is the first time we got paid for camping.
If you like old war planes – then this is the place to go: not only could you go in a hangar and see some nice old restored planes, but also we got into the Maintenance hangar: where we saw one of the old helicopters from ...
... Wisconsin. We took an excellent guided tour, telling mainly of the time he spent here, how his philosophy, which he called organic architecture, shaped the buildings. He thought that buildings should fit in with the landscape, both in shape and materials, so triangles repeat the shape of the mountains and nothing ...