Trenthouse Inn Bed and Breakfast
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Besides the colors, need to pay awareness to the style, texture and line system of the scarves. For example, ...
Howdy all. I'm sure ya'll will be glad to hear that my daily blog is coming to an end soon.....but not before I brag about what a perfect day we had today. None of us were happy to have our fun week at the Valle Cruces Overlook end, but we manned up and hopped in our cars at 6:30 am to head home (by way of detour). Eric and Tanna drove down to Georgia to visit his Uncle John. Kevin and I ...
... Inn) was one of the first we saw as we drove towards where we expected to find the hotels.
Our RACQ card which is associated with AAA gives us a discount which we have to remember to ask for. We are collecting Choice points but not sure when and how we would be able to use them.
This hotel won a gold medal in 2014 (not sure in what competition) but it looks good inside. Has 2 beds, fridge and microwave. We ...
... so beautiful. It was very different from what I had pictured but it exceeded my expectations. It was also exciting to be there since famous people like Frida Kahlo, Diego Rivera, and rumoured Albert Einstein had stayed there before as well. There are also many original paintings and drawings by Diego Rivera and Pablo Picasso throughout the house. Another great place if you appreciate ...
This trip coincided with Donelle's birthday and a weekend so we decided to go away to celebrate by visiting the famous Frank Lloyd Wright designed Fallingwater. Our road trip took us through three states, over big rolling heavily wooded hills and finishing in Maryland at the Savage River Lodge. We stopped in a tiny town off the highway to fill up with petrol and have lunch because we spotted a cafe. Turns out when we went in it wasn't a cafe but a gambling den, no coffee to be had. That ...