Inn at Blackberry Creek
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... airfield, as they had the fuel I needed. It was quite a long runway, in the middle of a farming area, and the grass was longer in some spots than others.
The flight had gone well. I kept a steady flow of bite snize snacks, an apple, some nuts or a muesli bar, and drank about 3 litres of water, nearly a gallon. It was pretty cold crossing the Rockies, so deployed gloves, scarf ...
... and the never-ending stream of dog and cat videos. I shed tears of joy and sadness over animal rescue stories from 'Twilight For Dogs' and poignant vignettes from 'Humans of New York.' Similarly, I travel to France several times a week with 'French Girl in Seattle', 'Paris Breakfast' and 'Paris Adele.' Sites like 'Red Tractor Designs' and 'The Heirloom Gardener' inspire and affirm me, while 'Bored Panda' and 'Messy Nessy ...
... We raced down the hill to meet it as it slowed before turning--in the direction where we wanted to go! Again, I can't remember if we jumped in the car uninvited for fear of this being our only chance, or if I explained our situation in my halting French, and then were invited to ride, but we did ride and eventually made it to Marrakesch by nightfall.
Here's to making new Moroccan memories that will last another 45 years!
... they've been a leader in educational travel since 1975 and now offer 5,500 educational tours in all 50 states and 150 countries.
It is the the educational aspect that initially piqued our interest and, in the end, is why we chose this tour experience over others we looked at, especially to a part of the world which neither of us know much about. Besides, Rick Steves does not travel to Morocco, and we were ready ...
... for three nights, I wanted to make the most of it. And we did manage to see almost everything on my list!
Returning to the States, it was a delightful respite to break up our return with a four day stopover in Cape Cod, Massachusetts at Lisa's childhood summer home. Screened windows and a porch that allowed a gentle breeze to flow day and night along with creaky beds and well-worn wooden floors brought back fond childhood memories of ...