Inn at Osprey Point
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... us for 3 which amused us. After all the shopping we were more than ready for lunch which had to be chipotle so that Tristan could try it. I tried a barbacoa burrito this time which was shredded beef and made the wrap significantly more juicy but tastier as well! After another complementary fill up of our drinks we went and sat in the sun and attempted to find wifi to see of anyone wanted to meet up for a drink. Making an ...
... later learn to see her shackles. On the day we met, in that first gaze that lasted a long, blissful moment, we immediately fell in love. We were inseparable from that moment forward. In the five years we dated there were only a handful of days we weren't together. Our love was like water; necessary and eagerly replenished daily for maximum vitality. But our love was also like fire; deadly, ravaging and very very hard to put a stop to when it ...
... Spring Lane, and, of course, Mainfield Ave after all these years. The neighborhood looked surprisingly similar to what I remembered, albeit significantly more "worn out" (not necessarily run down, just older and "tired"). Our house, itself, looked to be in pretty good shape (painted white now), much better and different than what's on Google Maps Street View, the last time I looked. But the yard was really overgrown with bushes and young trees ...
This was mostly a travel day. It was 37 degrees (4C) and drizzling when
the Airport Shuttle picked me up this morning. With 2 weeks in Florida
and the Caribbean I did not want to bother with a winter coat, so I
managed the trip to the airport with a heavy shirt, sweater, sport coat,
and rain jacket. All except the heavy shirt got packed away before
checking my bags. ...
... was a Circulator Bus. We jumped on having no idea where we were going, if it was the right direction or where to get off! We had three people help us figure out what we were doing on the bus. One gentleman came from the back of the bus asked where we were staying and then told us to get off at the next stop. There was our hotel! It was amazing. Everyone has been so ...