Holiday Inn Express Pineville
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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Stayed over in Charlotte last night. It was our first experience with AirBNB and it went well. Jonathan and his partner were very nice and the room was clean and comfortable. On the other hand our flight experience was not nearly as good. USAir/American Airlines really screwed the pooch. They were asking for volunteers to give up seats and we decided ...
... day today with a few stopovers and ended the day at Pine Mountain Park near the Tennessee border.
Day 67. Friday 31 July 2015
On to Gatlinburg (more touristy than in 1993) and through the Great Smoky Mountains National park (still beautiful). Took some by roads and it was lovely. We drove up Clingmans Dome but couldn’t get a park. I had a look while Linton slowly drove i the queue around the parking area. This had been only ...
... a light snack an hour and a half before landing in Charlotte.
Although everyone tells me I have no ass I am always tortuously reminded of this after about an hour of sitting on airline torture thrones. My butt made sure I attended to every second of this nine and a half hour portion of travel time. Learned to use thing they provide as a “blanket” and “pillow” as rewards judiciously earned after first half of trip but at least one hour ...
There were close to 900 delegates representing chapters from every state in the union except Delaware and Louisiana at this 6th International Conference. (A Louisiana chapter may be imminent.) Progress report: In 2010 CCLers took part in 106 Lobby meetings. In 2014 there were 1086. This year over 3000 Lobby meetings were scheduled. Published media 65 CCL letters, opinion pieces, ...
... but tasty meal at copper & bowl Indian restaurant right next to the hotel.
June 14 (Day 1)
I spent the morning admiring the architectural beauty at the Salt Lake Temple and Tabernacle. You don't have to be a Mormon or even a believer to visit this place as long as you can admire the art. After a quick lunch, I returned to the hotel to meet a group ...