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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... party, we parted ways and continued south, driving to exit 305 in Florida where we fueled up and parked overnight at a truck stop. Since we were just stopped overnight, we decided not to extend the slide outs, which meant that we were not going to sleep in the bigger bed. Piper took the loft, Darin took the bottom bunk and I took the couch. Penny is on a dinette bench. Sleep ...
... north. Trish wowed us with 3 holes in one at mini putt and despite this being our fourth round, we placed 3rd and 4th. We have a 100% record for a guest winning a free game!
We also got a consulting job while we were here, which was great because we were indoors a lot anyway. We both enjoyed working for a living, despite having to be up and dressed for Skype sessions by 9AM some days.
We have been unable to resist the ...
... them again. Their check-in procedure is chaotic!), go through security, and locate our gate. There's no place like the Pittsburgh Internat.Airport!
We located a good bar/grill and had really good sandwiches for dinner.
Our flight to Santiago, Chile leaves at 11:54pm. We should arrive there about 10am Sat. Feb 14th. Our flight to Buenos Aires does not leave until that afternoon at 5:15pm to arrive at ...
... to go, but finally arrived around 4:30pm. We found the hotel and room quite nice. We got a room on the top floor on the east side. We have a view of the waterway which is pretty. It is warm here, not hot and the breeze makes it feel cooler than it really is. We had dinner at a restaurant just down from the hotel that we could walk to. We were pretty tired when we retired to the hotel room for the ...
... base at the bottom, cementing it all together with a sand & crushed shells mortar, they even used dove tail joints on the corners, amazing!
Built in 1888 by railroad magnet Henry Flagler the Hotel du Leon was, according to the brochure "where presidents stayed & inovators played" "an exclusive oppulant playground for the worlds most priviledged elite". It is now ...