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Nov 5th 2012 2:26PM Hi Dave,
Will be visiting an ole' crusty Gunney (one of my best friends) in a few weeks. From what I gather, he lives about 30-45 min (southeast?) from the areas you've mentioned and he said they definitely do not suck.
Looking foward to having the chance to see some of the areas myself (with him playing tour guide)...if we can stay away from being too "polluted". Wish me luck...
Keep up the entries. Enjoy reading about someone who's been to some of the "glorious" places I've also been to and tells people of the aspects of being there; the great and the even not so great.
Nov 4th 2012 5:46PM Hi Dave,
Not sure if you're right, but I feel the same way.
The countries I've either lived in or visited, I accomodated others by "seeing the sights" but enjoyed it very little of the excursion.
Was much happier doing my own thing away from the sights I just "had to see".
Looking forward to reading more of your entries.
Feb 18th 2012 1:20AM Went to the site but it's in French and seems to be for the european market only.
From what I recall, Accor owns property in the US. Would like to know more if anyone can clarify.
Oct 16th 2009 3:47PM Hi all,
Even though I do enjoy a beer or two, I try to stay away from them when flying. I see others enjoy them, but with the dry air and such, I try to stick with juice or water. As far as being polite, I do as my parents taught me...be nice to people who do a service for you. It might be "their job" but just be nice, it's just common courtesy. As far as getting a benefit by being nice, I've never gotten one because of it. If anything, I've seen the rude person get better treatment because they're seen as more outgoing, confident. Seems more and more, nice people are seen as "pushovers". Still, I will still use my manners...