Morning Glory Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- High-speed internet in room
- Free parking
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They say 3rd times the charm I have typed this story and lost it due to lack of internet. Rita's friend Kim planned a surprise 60th birthday party for her and we had to keep the secret even though she suspected there was something going on. Kind of hard not too when even though Jessie , Nora and I were planned guests. ...
... Portsmouth is quite busy as there is a folk festival on this weekend.
Crossed the river and entered Maine and drove around Kittery looking for somewhere to stay. First place we found was a Microtel Inn at York. The rate was quite reasonable and it includes a continental breakfast. We were not about to spend much time looking as both of us were quite tired.
Considered having dinner at York Harbor. First restaurant we found was ...
... Impressed byCAPE NEDDICK, I tuned in to an inner calling inside me. “ LIFE STANDS STILL HERE” taking the echo close to my heart and carrying out across all time and space, I continued my journey with hidden tears down my cheeks…and with distance NOW ~ I can only hope that ‘my lighthouse- keeper’ will help me find my way back HOME and all THOSE moments shall someday soon become permanent, true and real.
... fooderies you've heard of in movies and TV, but it's near the cinema so there it is. You go in, choose Burrito, Taco, Bowl or another thing, then choose your meat [ I had steak, because I'm a straight man ] then add your other salsas etc... and you're out. The Peruvian went for the Girl's Option of the bowl. It's essentially a salad. The stuff that we had in our burritos, but in a bowl instead of a tortilla.
... cog of the Ipswich Historical Society. Built in 1800 the house was the dwelling of John Heard who was a prominent merchant in Ipswich. He dealt all over the world with a large concentration of his dealing being in China and the West Indies. The descendants of John Heard lived in this large home until it was purchased by the ...