Stone Manor Vineyard & Orchard B&B
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Amazingly I've learned how to sleep on planes during this trip. For the most part I have had decent naps on the plane. The lights on the plane came on which means we're close to arrival. It was a pretty routine landing and disembarkment from the plane. It was cold back home! I got a ride home from my friend Joe and so conclude my adventure in Chile and Easter Island.
Overall I had a great time in Patagonia and ...
... cut ;-)
I needed a bra, the one I am wearing since two years is falling apart. "I have a 10 dollar coupon for Victoria's Secret!" Wilma said. Well look at that, I am now the proud proprietor of a Victoria Secret bra! ;-)
"Feel for a manucure pedicure?" Me the traveler who never takes care of my nails, now keep on watching my hands and polished nails ;-) it was ...
... Barneys so these kids can't be doing it that rough. Its hot hot hot today so we do a quick walk then duck into the American Grill for lunch. We are educated by Jem and Dan about football over our pulled pork sandwiches and chicken salad. No wonder the stadiums are packed, these guys only get 10 games to watch their team play before the playoffs.
After lunch we do a bit more walking and notice a section of the street blocked off. There are secret service vans every where ...
... have a pound symbol on it. How Americentric of Dell!). I know not to waste luggage space packing shampoo, conditioner, soap, etc. because Boots is only two blocks away. I know Starbucks will be there waiting for me just around the corner from St. Aldate's! Life is good.
And of course I know the people. That's best part! I can't wait to see everyone and catch up on the last year. It is sad that not everyone will be able ...
... so..." and then not follow through? We text, we Tweet, we Facebook, we Pin, we work, we run run run, but do we make enough time for the people in our lives? And if we do make enough time, exactly how much time is enough for people we care about?
I'm not saying a phone call could have stopped this guy from shooting up the Naval Yard. But I can't help wondering - did anyone call him to see how he was doing before this happened? Did he have ...