Four Seasons Country Inn
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Jonathan took me for breakfast this morning at "Bob Evans". I have never seen such a big breakfast menu. After studying the breakfast menu for the longest time - I got a three course breakfast: coffee, sausage and eggs and crepes for breakfast pudding. My crepes had blueberries and were stuffed with a vanilla custard. Looked like a good idea on the menu... Once again, we are steered by the weather. We were planning to travel down the east coast, but South Carolina has ...
... once full of life and vibrant in their own domain, reduced to this taxidermy state, but I am always in awe of the large cats, their beauty and strength, evident even in their stuffed display. The Snow Leopard is a gorgeous little cat, the most endangered cat that makes it home in the Himalayans. The bear family was also well represented with the Polar, Kodiak, Brown, Black and Glacier Bears. ...
... seeing the whereabouts of the sinkhole that opened up in February 2014 and swallowed eight cars. Even this site isn’t safe from the sinkhole threat that pervades the area. Two of the cars have been rebuilt, but the rest remain on show just as they were when subsequently raised from the cave’s floor. 2016 models were also on show ready to be driven away by their prospective owners the following day, lucky them! And we too were able to try one on for ...
... was find dinner, and turns out they have a JOE'S CRAB SHACK right on the river. We've only ever been to a Joe's Crab Shack once before, in San Francisco, and lobster and crab cakes sounded perfect! I see that it's almost 11 PM so it's time for me to stop trying to write. We are currently in Albany, NY - the last night of our trip! I hope you'll keep up with our travels after we get home as I suspect it will take a few days to finish catching up on these entries. ...
... down to hummas, trail mix and carrots since it was all we had then decided to got for a hike. In order to reach the trail we wanted, we had to cross Green River by car ferry which was fun. Once we got there, we hiked for 2 hours and made it back to the car just as daylight was fading out. Exhausted, we went to Cracker Barell for dinner, where we discovered why we could never live in America. They are far from vegetarian friendly in Kentucky, but also EVERYTHING ...