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Posted on January 29, 2009

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Parking place drove us straight to the terminal. Checked our luggage curbside. Flight was noisy but OK–excellent seats (emergency exit seat with empty space in front of me), only two and a half hours. At Jacksonville airport our luggage was on the conveyor belt when we arrived, and Alamo upgraded us to a Chrysler 300. We arrived during rush hour, and it took us an hour to reach our hotel where our suite has two bathrooms, a large bedroom, an equally large living room, two televisions, two desks with built-in surge protectors, a refrigerator, a microwave oven, and is down the hall from a fitness room with an elliptical machine, treadmill, and a stationary bike. We are around the corner from Whole Foods where we had dinner, and a two minute drive (or a twenty minute walk) from the synagogue. At the shopping center in which the Whole Foods is located we browsed a consignment shop where I bought a Harris tweed jacket for $16. Unfortunately Shoshana has a stomach bug.

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