Adagio Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- High-speed internet in room
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So happy to report that we are going on this trip, even with a fractured fibula and 5 pairs of compression stockings! With my new walking shoes, I definitely have the "peasant look" as my hairdresser commented. I will be walking two miles at a time by the time we leave, and although I may miss some activities, I am sure I can find something else to do that is fun and possibly delicious!
... Times, bought the 3,000-acre property in 1914 for $100,000, and named it "Ken-Caryl" after his sons, Kent and Carroll.
Time passed, and in 1971, the Johns-Manville Corporation purchased the property to develop a master-planned community. It was sold to the Martin Marietta Astronautics Group in 1987. The remaining housing lots were sold to individual developers and home building was almost complete by 1997. ...
... Museum. She is best known for being a passenger on the ill-fated Titanic in 1912 but was much more: a promoter of the rights of women and the poor. She even established a society for the protection of animals which stills operates today. During the ship sinking she was instrumental in organizing the lifeboat loading of passengers. After the rescue by the Cunard Lines' ship Carpathia ...
... It was really cold but we saw some squirrels. We came back had some leftovers for lunch and drove to the lake to do some ice fishing. We walked out on the ice, being careful not to slip. Then we sat on a bucket while Chris or Dad drilled holes in the ice in front of us. We set up our rods and fished. Every child was able to catch at least one ...
... them off to the side. Chad drove, and the ride was truly uneventful. We drove into Colorado, past where I kayaked during my FD 1 adventure. It was really neat to see the river and think about how far I've come since that summer following my cancer diagnosis. I even saw a large group of kayakers on the river, and it made me so sad that I wasn't able to go this summer. I definitely want the opportunity to go again.
We played a couple trivia ...