Microtel Inn & Suites By Wyndham Rock Hill/Charlotte Area
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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 ...
I have decided to get a T Shirt made that says, "Yes, we know you would love to come to Australia". Seriously, it is great to hear though and we tell them that they would feel very much at home. We have met some lovely people here. We often get the comment, Where about in Texas are you from? I always answer much further south. Much much further. It is one of the best things about travelling – meeting lots of people.
July 8, 2015 part 2
You quickly remember why travel is an experience in chaos and long, long airline sky and terminal time.
Our plane was about an hour late leaving Madrid. Good thing, pilot picked up speed and arrived in Charlotte, South Carolina at our appointed time. Really nice aisle seats across from each other with plenty of leg room. (Of course there was we had already paid extra for seat upgrades). Everyone had their own little mobile seat unit with ...
... stopped to get a beer, Copper Amber Ale from The Olde Mechlenburg Brewery in Charlotte from the cooler at the front desk and I headed to the room. Just as I sat my purse down the phone rang and Sister Leanne, one of my Tiffin Franciscan friends, was calling to ask advice on picking up someone from the Columbus Airport.
We have to have bags outside our door at 7:00 tomorrow morning and we leave at 8:00 for Charleston.
... built by George Vanderbilt is an incredible feat. It took 6 years to build and they threw their first party Christmas of 1895. There are 43 bathrooms and 65 fireplaces.The decorating is tasteful, although opulent and since they entertained twenty to thirty guests on a regular basis I guess one needs to have a breakfast room, lunch room and formal dining room! The recreation floor has an indoor pool, bowling alley, 12 changing rooms and a gym ...