Jingle Bell Bed and Breakfast
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... Royale service, and I couldn’t resist Champagne with black currant liqueur. I’ve never had one before. My choices were Lobster and Scallop Sausage with Root Vegetables and Citrus Sauce as an appetizer, Venison Saddle with Vegetables and Foie Gras Bread Pudding as a main, and Panna Cotta with Grapefruit Sections in Pink Grapefruit Soup for dessert.
It was kind of fru-fru food but very tasty. And even at the reasonable sounding rate of $25 for lunch, ...
... and Christina were home. Unfortunately, the rest were in class. I arrived at Marist at 10:40am and was leaving by 10:52am, Mom read in the car while i visited with Amber and Christina. I didn't get to see everyone but nevertheless, I was extremely excited to catch up with them quickly before they left for class. We watched videos and saw pictures of what they had ...
... of the supplies can be seen in the photoI have also made a couple travel arrangements:
- Flight from JFK to Auckland
- Flight from Christchurch to Adelaide
- Flight from Adelaide to Melbourne
- New Zealand Intercity 60 hour Flexi bus pass
- Australian Grey Hound hop on hop off bus pass
- Australian 3 ...
This was a very nice little town on the border on Connecticut and New York. It was so noce we almost stayed for the winter. The problem was that it was down in a valley so getting out of the valley with icy roads would have been a problem. During the summer there was the Houstonic River that ran along side the town. This place was beautiful during the fall. Also saw Bull's Covered Bridge. Too bad they did not have a campground ...
... a place to return to - next time for more than a day! Upon entering the museum we were greeted by towering dinosaurs. The truly cool thing is that 85% of the dinosaurs on display at the museum are real dinosaur fossils not just casts. It is hard to fathom what it must have felt like when the explorer-scientists-paleontologists, began to piece together the meaning of these huge bones that were being uncovered throughout ...