Cuttyhunk Fishing Club Family Bed and Breakfast
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... a talent for doing nothing that she doesn't share.
Conor and I spent a weekend at the cottage making it ready for our arrival in a few weeks. We had a very quick swim in 64 degree water.
We are contemplating a few weeks in Ireland this fall and have already booked a week in St. Maarten (sp?) with Rick and Ardeth. Once back from Ireland a tear out of the upstairs bathroom is on the books. Hopefully done by Christmas, and then the cycle begins again!
... Cah!” So Peter comes up, takes a quick look and says “it’s a van!” There was no way we were going to pay double the price just because our vehicle was square shaped, so I said, “Well I guess we’ll leave then” expecting them to relent, but they just stood there saying nothing, no apology, no anything, so off we drove. The funny thing was that there was no one else to be seen, we may well have been the only visitors of ...
... share with them – will only cost us something like $50 or $60 each which is so so much cheaper than any of the ships excursions. Obviously we’ll be going to the places they want to see but since this is Peggy’s Cove in Halifax and Anne of Green Gables farm in Charlottetown we couldn’t be happier.
We got ourselves organized to go ashore and popped up to the Lido bar to kill some time till they got to open ...
We'd our coffee in our room as usual and got ourselves organized and headed up to the Lido for breakfast. The ship has gone to what seems almost like extremes since the outbreak of Norovirus on their previous voyage. There are hand sanitisers absolutely everywhere and all food in the buffet area has to be served to us by staff. Of course the problem with this is that you have to queue and wait for absolutely everything - this ...
... was pleasant for breakfast but
heat built up during the morning, and I was suffering from the heat by
the end of the walk.
Boarding was at noon and I left the Candlewick about that time for the
5-minute to the dock. I am a very experienced Blount cruiser and it
showed from the moment I approached the ship. A crewman called out to
me by name and took my luggage to my room. Jen the Cruise Director
greeted me while barely looking up ...