AmericInn Lodge & Suites Virginia
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... for Paris (Gotta do it, man)
The other 3? Who knows, there are so many great cities in Denmark!
Ribe is the oldest city in Denmark. Picture cobblestone streets and looming cathedrals.
Odense is the home of Hans Christian Andersen - everyone knows that name!
Ronne is "The Pearl of the Baltic Sea", it has wonderful countryside, rocky coastlines and white sandy beaches. And if you know me at all then you know that I adore the ocean!
Well, it was bound to happen. The trip so far has been without problems. All that changed yesterday when I tried to traverse the city of Duluth on my way to Virginia, Mn.. Got caught in high water and believe my engine is hydrolocked. Will find out shortly when I go over to the mechanics. This could be the end of the trip. Even if not don't know how I will get to Virginia as most of the roads north are closed. More to ...
... support system as well. As I visit with these different people whose job it is to keep me healthy I am always surprised by the reactions I get when I tell people I will be gone for the year. My dentist asked if I could fly back for a 6 month cleaning, my optometrist wanted to know all about the work I would be doing in Mexico, and my physician provided me with a detailed description of ...
An ambulance passes. Siren blasting. An argument on a city street. These are the sounds coming in through my window. What I hear are the lake sounds that will be coming in through our vacation cabin windows. Loons in the morning. Motor boats in the afternoon. And in ...
Today we start off at the Coffee Cup in Marquette, which is a locally owned coffee shop and bookstore that sell breakfast and lunch items also. It is family run, and the people there are very hospitable, as are the locals that frequent the place. We then stop to the Farmer's Market for some organic travel goodies and some refreshments for the ...