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Today, after a long break, i will like to share my life in the USA.
When i was 15 i moved to claremont, a small town, in new England, for one year, my sophomore, year, with a new family, new school, and new language.
I believe was the hardest year of my life, and at the same time one of the best, I became the person I m today, thanks to that experience.
Firstly, I'm going to write about my feelings, so maybe its a mix of a lot of places, but i cannot write this, ...
... and were instrumental in conservation of woodstock. The las night ate at Max's tavern which was great. Spoke to a couple whose son was working at brown bros winery wangaratta and she said be was loving it. In fact, everyone we spoke to who had sons/daughters living and working in Australia were loving it and didn't want to return. I knew we lived I the best ...
... book from the organic growers of the region. We then started the tour. There was a lot to see so it took a while, this meant that we couldn't see Burlington. Oh well, next time. Drove home then fast way via the interstate and only took 1 hr 35 mins. Decided to eat at the Puerto Rico/Caribbean restaurant. Food and wine was amazing. Had 2 tapas, one like arrachini and the other was green banana ...
... stop as it showcased the religion and how it got started. We took a guided tour which was the best, as the guide lived there since 1959 and was schooled at town but grew up with the shakers. He was also a teacher of history, which I quite understood why. The gift shop was great and finally bought the sewing group their gifts. A tea cup patch filled with aromatics, perfect when they sip their tea. Bonus it was on $3.45 and no tax ...
... go in. My Mom really did, so we came back on our own time.
The estate sits on a hill in between other hills and mountains in the Green Mountains. The estate was originally purchased by Robert Todd Lincoln, son of Abraham Lincoln, and passed down the line until it fell into disuse. It was later rescued by the local community. Lincoln (son) was a great admirer of the beauty of the area. My Mom probably just loved it because it reminded her of her ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed