Old Consulate Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
- Breakfast Available
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... out and ran a couple of errands. On the way back to the coach, we walked along the main street near the water and checked out several shops. We then met the Lynches at a fish market we had heard about. The fish monger was very helpful and helped us decide how much fish to buy for our meal that night. Everything was very fresh and looked very good. The Lynches bought some scallops and halibut and we picked up ...
... district and opening the farm lands north of the city to urban development, where many of Mount Vernon's downtown businesses moved.
According to the United States Census Bureau, the city has a total area of 12.61 square miles, of which, 12.30 square miles is land and 0.31 square miles is water.
The Historic Lincoln Theatre on First Street in downtown Mount Vernon was originally built in ...
... juice or vinegar. They are both highly acidic and, while they may temporarily whiten your teeth, they will eventually cause damage. These are situations in which the popular home remedies probably aren't the greatest idea. No matter how careful you are about keeping your teeth clean, it's still in your best interest to have a professional cleaning at least two times during the year. Your dental hygienist will be able to more thoroughly clean your mouth ...
... on Saturday and the ladies in the office said it’s a great one, so we drove over for the day. It was a major seaport in the late 1800’s and also a lumber and fishing area. Town leaders built ornate and large Victorian homes and brick and stone commercial buildings anticipating a railroad line, but it never materialized. It became a quiet, somewhat forgotten town until the 1980’s when it was rediscovered as a ...
... s wedding (well, we all are, but Jess especially) and I am trying to sort out working from Slough when over in September. I skyped my parents this morning . . . haven’t done so for a little while so it was great to hear their voices and see them crystal clear now they have taken the protective cellophane from the lens of their camera! I hope all is well with you back home . . . enjoy the summer and look forward to seeing many of you in September. Jess, Jason, Bella and ...