Lehmann House Bed & Breakfast
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
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... quite at ease …
And tonight we babysit and prepare to leave tomorrow for 12 days away on another touring holiday. This is instead of the usual game of ‘Sets and Runs’ after dinner which Tom has won pretty consistently, leaving the women feeling rather bruised. Going away comes at a good time because Tom has several 6000 word essays to write, and the lure of cards and our scintillating presence may have been too great a ...
... We arrived at Reagan alongside a load of veterans. In a typically over the top American style, the airport staff ordered that all passengers stop what they are doing to applaud their arrival. Which is great for those veterans that can afford to fly, but until the Americans open their eyes to the veterans on the street who really need their help - who have no medical assistance, no social welfare and no housing, I refuse to participate in such a false show of respect.
Mark Twain Lake is huge – 285 miles of shoreline, 18,600 acres of surface water surrounded by 38,400 acres of land managed by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. It was created in 1984 when the Clarence Cannon Dam was built across the Salt River to provide hydroelectric power for the area.
Leaving my campground on the northern shore of the Lake, I drove a roundabout way across bridges to Florida, a small town on a peninsula ...
... was happy, and all was well at home.
Our plane was an older 767. Mark booked us in the main cabin with extra legroom, which was nice and fortunately the plane was not all that crowded. In fact, the guy in the row next to Cheryl and Josie had the center three seats. We were jealous as he spread out to sleep across all three seats while we tossed and turned in ours.
Dinner was typical old-style ...
... retired to the Village to visit, drink a beer and get to know each other. It turns out that Kent had met my dad once. I believe it was at our aunt's funeral. I confess I almost got tears in my eyes when we talked about him. I think he would be happy we met. I know I am. We only had one more task in St. Louis. We had to find the Hard Rock Cafe and get t-shirts for our kids. This is a HUGE tradition and we would be in the ...