Super 8 Lancaster
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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This is a historic site. There was a Revolutionary War battle fought here and also a Civil War battle fought here. This plantation house was used in the movie "The Patriots" with Mel Gibson. This was the home his family lived in for the movie. I've been here before with my mom so some of you have probably already seen some of these ...
In about 9 days I am leaving for San Ramon, Costa Rica. I will be in Costa Rica for five months as I spend a semester studying abroad. I have always dreamed of studying abroad and knew it was something important for me to do. While it is going to be hard to leave my family and the people I care about I know that this adventure will allow me to grow as a person. I am eager to improve my spanish skills and experience the culture. I will be leaving January 16th! I will ...
After our long journey from the Smoky Mountains, we arrived at a really cosy room in a nice quiet neighbourhood late that evening. Not knowing what Charlotte had to offer, as it was more a stop off before Charleston, we hit the sack to make a decision in the morning. We woke up and it was a beautiful day outside, so wanted to make the most of it. We found out about a national activity centre pretty close so made our way there. This place ...
... giggles. Asheville is in the Blue Ridge Mountains and is apparently the rich hippy part of NC. We had lunch at the Stoney Knob Cafe. While N and a couple of others had the chicken and waffles, I surprisingly decided against it and had a omelette instead. Go figure!
After lunch we headed to the Biltmore Estate. It's a palace of a home, built by a Vanderbilt. We did some wine tasting and walked through the ...
... Yet, once the day’s activities are underway, we are renewed and excited about what is in store and what surprises the day holds.
THE NEED TO FEEL TETHERED
As I look over the events of the past month, the stop overs and visits with friends, I’ve come to describe them as tethering experiences. I compare it somewhat to a hot air balloon released from its tether. When we entered this “Slow Lane”, we left ...