Carriage House of Woodstock
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Non-smoking rooms
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... not merit a photograph. The restaurant is known for their guacamole made table side with fresh ingredients. The sangria was sweet, but a nice end to a hot day!
But as good as it was, it did not compare to the tasty dinner Nancie Severs prepared, a very savory blackened mahi mahi, accompanied by a wonderful salad of mixed field greens, orange ...
... historic site. Rafting on the Colorado is out. Turns out it's a 140 mile drive one-way from where we're staying at the Grand Canyon. I think 4,000+ miles of driving is MORE than enough! However, we are splurging on the "expensive" $10 tickets for the Budweiser brewery tour in St. Louis. I'm looking forward to seeing the Clydesdale's close up. Not as close as the pretty ...
We're going to Nashville! Made reservations last night just outside in the town of Springfield. Something less than $100/night including tax. (And 4.5% cash back from Ebates!) Nashville was WAY too expensive. I think the lowest price we found was $166 and it was an Econolodge!
Next up, Louisville. Going to see the ponies at Churchill Downs.
Speaking of Churchill Downs, Happy Kentucky Derby Day! Did you watch? Who did you pick to win? I ...
This trip planning is hard work! We've been at it for weeks. Sorry there aren't any blog posts detailing everything we've been up to, but frankly this was the last thing on my mind.
You can check out the map if you want to see our itinerary. No, we're not moving to Hershey PA, that's just as far as we've planned out so far. Like it or not, our jobs are expecting us back in ...
... Over the past few years "being mindful and being present" has become vogue. The teaching has utility and the practice gifts. But as Mark says, "living in the moment is a luxury. One of us has to think about the future and earn what's needed for it."
Now as I begin life after treatment, or life during remission, or life with cancer as a chronic illness, I struggle with balance. Literally and figuratively. My toe neuropathy (a chemo side ...