The Wakefield Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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With first trimester successfully completed, it is safe to say that I have come a very far way from where I was at this time last year. I have way more confidence with Spanish. Verb conjugations, more vocab, and a better cultural understanding of Spanish speaking countries in my bag of tricks. I am very game oriented. ...
Great beds, great double headed shower, sensational breakfast included in our tariff, Fray had scoped out real coffee....it's all good here.
We took a walk down the Main Street for just over a mile past some of the most beautiful houses I've ever seen. This place is visually spectacular. There is a lot of money here, very posh. Most of the houses are closed up as it's a summer destination. At the end of the walk we reached the Atlantic Ocean. Looked ...
Before we go onto the next part of the trip, a couple of things. I like the North American toilets better than ours. When I first came here over 20 years ago, I thought the toilet was broken because it was full of water. Crazy! The department stores are playing Christmas music. About 12.30am this morning, fast asleep when the frickin' fire alarm went off in the hotel. ****!!! People were in the corridor asking what to do, so Fray & I grabbed phones, ...
Maura and I were happy to be cruising along in the CRV this morning as we drove back to the White Mountain's Visitor Center in Lincoln to resume the bike trip. Yesterday, after picking up the CRV from Mike's, we stopped at the bike shop to have Surly's gearing problem fixed.
I was excited to tackle the Kancamagus Highway, my ...
... Trail, a state scenic byway) from Standish to "downtown" Brownfield. From there it's a short ten minutes on back roads that pass by a few remaining old farmhouses (many were burned down in the great fire of 1947), meadows and fields, and magnificent stone walls. There are impressive views of the White Mountain foothills, including nearby Burnt Meadow Mountain and Stone Mountain, from which the Center gets its name.
While many SMAC customers come from ...