Inn On The Square
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
- Continental Breakfast
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... different but we found warm and kind people in each home. Then there were the people without names: the woman who gave us rolls with our coffee in Copenhagen, the neighbor who got us into our room in Marstrand, the woman who helped us with the parking machine in Gotenburg, the man who stopped to help us when he saw us looking at the map in Stockholm, the Ethiopian trolley conductor who visited with us in Stockholm, the young woman who gave us free drinks ...
We are still in McCormick. Our actual trip starts on Friday, August 28. I am now in practice mode. I hope you will enjoy our trip to Denmark, Noway, Sweden, and Iceland.
We are now trying to decide what we need to take and what we can leave at home. When we went to Asia, we were thinking hot weather. We think it will be quite cool in Scandinavia.
... when possible. It let's you feel more at ease, and have someone available to access anything in desperate need. Set the alarm and off you go.
Don't forget to ask you cell carrier to "unlock" your phone while traveling. Medications need prescriptions, but children's meds necessary for the trip (my girls were recovering from a slight cough) are acceptable. Check all baggage and toiletries regulations as they ...
... saw a movie based on a comic book and a movie based on a video game all on the same night?
Well, if it's any comfort, the offering on the other screen was Rio 2 (a movie based on a previous movie--animated--that we saw at a previous drive-in adventure) and Peabody and Sherman (or possibly Sherman and Peabody), a movie based on a cartoon that I used to watch when I was a kid, say 45+ years ago. ...
... tour from Bonnie, She showed us backstage, dressing rooms and the wall signed by performers, over many years. Thank you Bonnie! Leaving the Opera House we ventured down to the hardware store, which had been featured on American Pickers. We met the owner, Mr. Shull, who showed us what appeared to be a metal of some sort on the counter. I looked closely and said "that's a Nobel Prize". ...