The Rose Cottage Bed & Breakfast
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... to find that was no longer the case so I made my way down Quickdraw next to the tree line for better visibility. I returned to Thunderhead and decided to download on the gondola after looking down Rudi’s and not being able to see 20 feet in front of me. I then finished my day skiing off the Christie lift with a couple short runs down Vogue. I quit early at about 2pm since my legs were tired. Better to be safe than sorry.
Next, I left ...
... in which we are traveling. We are going to take really good care of each other. We are getting so excited to leave- visas in place, guide books read, plans starting to solidify... and even got to see the MA premier of my parent's movie! (http://www.justiceismind.com/) 160; Please check in and leave us messages on our blogs, and I will try to keep this updated almost every ...
... I picked up from CNN international a few days ago:
“China Weather TV. The state-approved 24-hour weather channel in China, just released a new list of the hottest cities in China. Fuzhou, a city in Southeast China, topped the chart with the temperature passing 35 C for 32 days of the year. Shanghai ranked 16 in the list.
To give you an idea how hot China is right now -- Shanghai Television grilled a ...
... was delicious! I can’t wait to go again and either get the same thing or try something else!
I walked over to W 4th St and got the E train back to my hotel. I’d pretty much been on my feet since 7am that morning so they were exhausted. Of course I still had the cupcakes from Two Little Red Hens and since my eyes were bigger than my stomach and I had gotten two, I had to make the decision to eat only half of ...
... Church and our School Chapel at Boston College this church was run down. I found out later it was founded in 1873, St. Leonard’s Church is the first Roman Catholic Church in New England built by Italian immigrants.
On the way back to Faneuil Hall I walked up Hanover Street which was in the midst of Little Italy full of restaurants and exotic cars.