Bentley's Boutique Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... was built. When the elliptical dome was added in 1380, it was the first of its kind in Europe. Due to the lousy weather, we were unable to spend as much time as we wanted; this was definitely a place for a repeat visit.
Lucca was our destination on Thursday, September 11. With a population of 87,000, we focused only on the ...
As beautiful as the fall in the Northeast had been, we knew very well what was right around the corner. We said our goodbyes, loaded up the motor home and headed first for Philadelphia to visit Jim's sister Nan and her husband Rich. We had a lovely overnight visit and delicious dinner with them. We headed out in the morning and drove ...
... d, white-water rafted and boated.
We saw moose, elk, caribou, deer, fox, big horn sheep, grizzley bears, black bears, seals, buffalo & whales.
We visited with 10 family members across the country as well as 9 good friends in Colorado.
We witnessed the finals of the Calgary Stampeed Rodeo and watched the best fire works display ...
... commercial establishment on the island is Rum Bay Restaurant and the attached Rum Bay General Store. No real stores, bars, restaurants, not even one gas station.
Most people use golf carts or bicycles on the island as their primary means of transportation, creating a very laid back island feel. And this is how we travelled with Linda, our CS host who lives on the island! The only worry is to stop for gopher ...
We headed to the popular Oscar Scherer State Park to check out the Venice area. It is the closest State Park to Venice. The park itself is very heavily wooded and the river that runs through it is dark and mysterious. In fact, out of the corners of our eyes, we kept seeing 'something' large ...