The Little White House Bed & Breakfast At The Charles Dick House
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... stay, including a pile of vouchers for discounts free credits/meals at certain places...mostly Downtown Disney which seems to be the adult nightlife part of the park. We also did a lot of research on where and how to eat inexpensively (which pretty much breaks down as...if you don't want a princess in your face while you are trying to eat, you don't have to pay $35 or more).
Jodie & I are just two people and we are staying for 12 days and we are budgeting exactly ...
So after making up and giving a peace offering to my mother, we decided to head back to funland and try miniature golfing. I feel that golf is not a sport. But I am game. It was so humid. I was terrible, but I had a great time. We were laughing; well I was having everyone laughing. Making joking on how bad I play. Who's idea was to put 18 holes in put put? Just hit the damn ball. ...
... blogs, and went to sleep. I probably slept from around 11:30-4:30... not a long time, but still, a good amount of sleep considering I was on an airplane. I got up just in time to eat a little morning snack and listen to some music. We landed in Atlanta around 5:30am and all in all, the flight was fantastic.
As soon as I landed, I went through customs, baggage claim, and security... oh America, how I missed you! The ...
... actually shared a great deal about his life in the day. At the very least, he and the others made the wait bearable. It didn't take long before we were mentally back in time ourselves. Born of middle class means, Washington too was very impressive, building a rather small plot of inherited land into a 8,000 acre plantation. His farming practices were inventive such as crop rotation. He also developed ...
... have to sit but can hang off the rails. SF (and Berkekley too) is an incredibly hilly place and the hills are brutal and steep. They can really chew you up and spit you out. The Castro is district of very expensive highly gentrified real estate. Wooden houses, many predating the 1906 earthquake as they are built on bedrock. Wierd and wonderful designs like nothing I have ever seen anywhere else, and brightly coloured. The district is popular with the gay ...