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... waiting patrons. When we got there, the place was brimming with people outside, all waiting to be seated. Our immediate thought was at least an hour wait. Roy went in to put our name on the waiting list and within minutes he reappeared waiving us in. I’m still at a loss for how he managed it, but he claims the young women at the hostess desk took one look at his mustache and after a short conversation, we got moved to the top of the list! ...
... Just before we left to dine, a huge, huge yacht tied up beside us. It was 150 feet of gorgeous boat and even though it blocked our view of the sunset and bay, we enjoyed gazing at this beauty. In fact, the entire town of Fernandina seemed to enjoy boat gazing in general. A huge crowd flocked to the dock to gaze at this yacht. And they also gazed at our boat. They also looked in our windows and watched us while we sipped our cocktails or ate our dinners as if we were ...
... truly require a test to confirm the infection. Herpes testing is generally lugged out by swabbing the contaminated part and running a test on the swabbing implement for indications of this infectious infection. Expectant ladies must venture to lug out herpes test along with antenatal treatment to protect against mom to child transmission. I hope you locate this post on just how to test herpes interesting. test for ...
... interesting part of the train ride itself was my discovery that the toilets in our car were in the rooms. I thought it was a shelf, but apparently it doubled as a toilet. It was definitely an... experience... trying to use it. The roomettes on trains are called "roomettes" for a reason. They are tiny. And by tiny, I mean that there is enough room for a bed about 3/4 the width of a twin bed and not much else.
So, given the size of the room, I am ...
We took a 45 minute Ferry to Cumberland Island National Seashore which is the only way you can get to this island. It is a very primitive island with limited services. A National Park Ranger took us on a 6 hour van ride and talked about the history of the island going back to the 1500's.
The Rockefellers had property on this island, and at one point the Carnegies owned 90% of ...
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