Point Breeze Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... whom I admire immensely; and because I’ve always wanted to travel like, if not an shopping magnate, at least a cereal heiress. In any event, this cruise will be very different from any other cruise or trip I have taken. I have done my reading, I (think I) know what I am taking and I am looking forward to visiting ‘the gardens of the Caribbean’.
... my heels, but because of all the dancing.
After a much needed nap I headed back down to Annapolis for dinner with the family (probably the last seafood I will have for a while). It was a very entertaining almost 26th birthday dinner. Now it is time for some last minute packing and organizing before I leave for Amman tomorrow. I am taking an overnight flight from DC ...
... castles, wine tastings, vineyards and photo ops - not sweat and tears! The terrain is mostly flat and covers 230 kilometers in six days so we (mostly over 50yrs old) would enjoy the experience at a reasonable pace.
Last minute items included checklists for packing, plug converters for European electric outlets, purchasing some Euros for immediate expenses and stopping the mail etc.
Getting very excited about the whole ...
It has been a day to remember (Or forget)
It started with having
to shift the boat ready to be hauled out, but the throttle mechanism
jammed, so we were micky moused while we manouvered through the crowded
marina. Thanks to Dylan's skill we made it.
Then they were late getting ready to lift us out so we sat in the
holding area for a couple of hours.
Fine Till ...
... walls of keepers who rescued fishermen from storms or fishermen who did the same for them. It seemed most of the lighthouse keeper's time would have been spent on constant maintenance to the building. Cleaning and checking the light, cleaning the house, and forever repainting because of the toll the winds and sea air took on the building.
Around the grounds the museum had various other smaller historic buildings, recreations of buildings ...