Little Greenway Bed and Breakfast

Address: 431 Prince Street (P.O. Box 1387), Tappahannock, Virginia, 22560, United States | B&B
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This B&B is located on 431 Prince Street (P.O. Box 1387), Tappahannock.
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2013-2014 Season in the Eastern Caribbean

A travel blog entry by pas_de_deux on Dec 24, 2014

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... beat them both in Race 2, finishing first in our class on elapsed time. Another bright spot was our near-perfect start in Race 3. A YouTube video of this can be seen here:

After the races, we made our first visit to the adjacent (and highly exclusive) island of Anguilla.

Wally and Patti remained with us for the passage back to the Virgins from Anguilla for ...

Day 17 - Tides Inn

A travel blog entry by hemslie on Jun 25, 2014

5 comments, 3 photos

... with scallops the scallops were great perfectly cooked Renn had them as well, Bryan had Oysters, Steve shrimp so a full seafood feast. We sat outside under an umbrella and enjoyed a welcomed breeze from the water, helped with the heat.

From there we went to the West Marine store our new favorite store, found a great skort and a wide brimmed hat with a string to keep it from falling off...perfect! I also ...


A travel blog entry by tsusm70 on Feb 08, 2013


... Interesting that the two valves have to be in different position to function. Kind of bass ackwards to my way of thinking. Now we know.
We are now spending the day with Thai and Sophia. Have been out to breakfact and then to Target to pay off Joan's bet with Thai. His selection was Angry Birds and Sophia got a mermaid. We will be going to their favorite, Chick-fil-et for lunch soon.

Leaving is a difficult thing

A travel blog entry by esquires on Apr 20, 2010

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... the US in a 1990 Plymouth Acclaim, hoping that it is up to the job. My eventual goal is the Redwood country of Northern California where I will stay a while and try to learn to identify and photograph some of the wildflowers of that area. Then I will head north through Oregon, and swing up the Columbia Valley and cover some of the varied terrain as I head toward Idaho.


Policy Notes & Sources of ODU MUN

A travel blog entry by mafoley on Feb 04, 2008

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... and most expensive mission in the Department of Peace Keeping Operations (DPKO). MONUC's mandate can be broken down into four phases: Phase one involved forcibly implementing the ceasefire agreement. Phase two involved its monitoring, and the reporting of any violations through the proper channels. The third phase, still underway, centers on the DDRRR (disarmament, demobilization, repatriation, resettlement and reintegration) process. Phase four, also in progress, ...