Hollister Hill Farm B&B
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- Continental Breakfast
- Microwave in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... 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 Darcy got to them when she was a kid. Apparently her Dad took the family to see them at a fair in Maine but they were late, so he talked the handler into letting her get INTO the horse trailer WITH the Clydesdale's! Of course, this is the same man who took her and her sisters to ...
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 ...
... most of the hotels are not that cheap, like three nights on the south rim at the Grand Canyon? $$$!!! Speaking of saving money. Our American the Beautiful Pass came in the mail yesterday. For $80 it's a good way to save some green, and see as many national parks and recreation areas as you can for one year. Yosemite - check! Grand Canyon - check check! ...
... They had some pretty funny epitaphs. From there we went to Montpellier (not in France) and walked around a snow laden park, and slipped and slid on the icy tracks. It was fun!
Maine was next on the list, and it too was mainely cold (hehe). We went straight to Acadia National Park where unfortunately most of the driving park loop track was closed as they have had their worst winter on record and have not managed to clear all the roads yet. (We ...
That time of the season when everything falls to rise again......nature at its best!!!
Vermont is a state in the northeastern U.S. known for its natural landscape, which is 75% forest. It's also known for a major producer of maple syrup. Thousands of acres of alpine terrain make it a popular New England winter destination for skiers and ...