Jackson House Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... Alaska that he could always be on vacation, but we are happy to be going home. I miss my family, friends, Benny the cat, and the washer/dryer. For 3 days I've used a hotel hairdryer that runs for less than a minute then overheats. I haven't had a New York Times crossword or KenKen puzzle since we left Sweden, my usual small pleasures. I'm tired of packing then unpacking, hanging 7 tops onto 4 hangers. I'm ...
... dinner - Sherrie said that her chicken was the best dinner she had eaten in America! Walking around the harbour, we noticed a lot of police presence in one corner. As we neared it we found out why - a civil rights demonstration was starting, and a small crowd was slowly gathering. After a while of shouting through a megaphone, the crowd moved off, marching back around the harbour away from us. The irony was that the police far outnumbered the protesters - to the point where they ...
... 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 ...
... they are still hunted either side of the park. We then cruised through Front Royal, Harpers Crossing (very old and cute housing) and Frederick (quite pretty with narrow tree lined streets on a very English grid). Finally stopped at Gettysburg, originally a very small town, now a major tourist centre thanks to hosting the decisive battle of the Civil War. Staying at the 1863 ...
... like in the old days. We hugged tightly for a long moment and then sat down in her living room for an even longer conversation. We talked for almost five hours that night, and what really surprised me about the whole experience was how many memories it brought up. Not even necessarily memories we talked about, just things that popped into my head while we were talking. Those old things I thought I'd lost to anger and bitterness. I have admitted ...