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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... while, we decided to eat at the Farm Table Restaurant there. The food was very good. Karl and I shared a bowl of corn chowder and a Cuban sandwich.
While we were visiting Kringle Candle, Judy was talking to one of the employees and she mentioned that we might want to take a short ride up to Shelburne Falls to see the Bridge of Flowers. It was still pretty early in the day and Judy said it was worth the trip to see it, so that was our next destination. ...
... Roosevelt speech about what we were fighting for in WWII): freedom from want, freedom of speech, freedom to worship God in your own way, and freedom from fear. These paintings toured the country to raise money through war bonds. Later in his career, Rockwell's art addressed social issues like the civil rights movement. We also visited Rockwell's studio which had been moved from downtown ...
... Summer 2015!
In the past, I used a travel journal to document our adventures, saving ticket stubs and small trinkets. After returning from past trips, I joyfully browsed through hundreds of travel photos, creating photo albums to tell our story. This time around, I thought a blog could help record our memories, keeping it all in one place. I am exciting for the adventure of starting a blog, and even more excited for the adventure of traveling Ireland. ...
... look hopefully at the indicator board, suppress your stress and frustration when it is only 5 minutes until departure and you still don't know which platform to go to, resist the temptation to ask the conductor who is guarding the closest platform door, exclaim with excitement when the allocated number appears, rush to the now open door (in our case #2 when we were standing in front of #10), take the escalator to the platform below and contend with all the others trying to get ...
... some of them were down pours, but not enough to stop us. Very few times we got caught in traffic jams, and when we did, it was not anything major. We were out of it in less than an hour. Most of the time was due to construction or accidents. And we saw a few.
We spent about $1,500 in fuel, which we figured we got about 14 miles to the gallon on our beast. Last time we towed our 5th wheel, we got about 10 miles to the gallon. So there was ...