If you are seeking more than just another parking lot when planning to fly out from your local airport, then the Parking Spot is just for you. With thirty-four locations at twenty-two airports around the country, the Parking Spot offers convenience along with extra amenities at very reasonable costs that will make your travel both hassle and worry free. The Parking Spot provides convenient airport parking for as little as $5.95 a day. There is available covered, open air and valet parking at certain select locations that is open twenty-four hours seven days a week. Check in and check out are both fast and convenient. Friendly shuttles operating every seven minutes provide quick and reliable transportation from the Parking Spot to the airport. These shuttles will stop immediately behind your car and the driver will give assistance with luggage when needed. On your ride to the airport terminal, you can relax with a bottle of cold complimentary water while perusing a complimentary copy of USA Today until 9:00 A.M. Monday through Friday.. With well lit and fully fenced lots, the Parking Spot also provides both safety and security for its customers. In some locations car care services such as car washes and service changes are available at the lot. Be sure to join the Spot Club to take full of all of the benefits of using advantage the Parking Spot. Members may earn free days for every seven days paid, use an online account and gain access and egress using your card rather than picking up a ticket. While the Parking Spot has no location here in Washington, D.C., the Philadelphia airport located off I95 North does have one. To choose the most convenient lot, choose your parking space and any other services, make your airport parking reservations online. Enjoy peace of mind knowing that on your next vaction you can find convenient parking and much more at the Parking Spot. Follow @ TheParkingSpot on Twitter and like the Parking Spot on Facebook.
Saturday, April 6, 2013
Recently, my boys came to me at the beginning of our school day and said that they wanted to say the pledges to the American and Christian flags and to the Bible. I thought this would be a great idea and agreed to do this; however, we did not have either flag. I told them that since we had no flags, we would have to use our imagination when we said the pledges. An couple of days later, I found that my boys had been creative and made their own flags using wooden dowels paper flags to pencils with paper flags which they had made. We have been using these, and my boys are quite happy with them. Homeschooling these two little guys has been quite an experience.