Quality Inn & Suites of Stoughton
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave in room
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Monday 24th November
LET IT SNOW! It's snowing!!
All of Milton is covered in a white blanket of fluff. The farm is now surrounded. It is heavy, however you can still see clearly through it. It is like someone slashed a feather ...
Thursday 20th November
Hi. For 7 weeks I am traveling to America. We are going to be there for thanksgiving, Christmas and new years. This is my documentation of my trip that I already know is going to be amazing.
The trip from my home to Sydney was about three hours. We (my parents and I) took a Jervis Bay shuttle up instead of driving. All the people in the van were very friendly and kind. The driver was especially kind when he allowed us to go to ...
... be there at the worst time- Friday late afternoon- so took our chances on surface streets. They were crowded and slow, but did move. There was just no way around it, we had to go that way. Finally we had to get on the Interstate just in time for the first toll booth. I don't know how we could have avoided ...
Actually left our house on Mon., Jan. 21, at 12:25 after a few mishaps (spilled chocolate in the car ... froze instantly ... and wine in the kitchen - couldn't have had things spill that could make worse messes). Outside temperature at departure 5 degrees! No wonder we are heading south! Katie W. thanks for the slippers. Keeping my toes warm while riding as the passenger. We love ...
... German practices. Having one major grocery store with many brands is much more convenient than having to shop across the city for certain basic foods. Additionally, the German grocery stores typically did not have carts. Instead stores offered baskets or occasionally even cardboard boxes to hold food in. While this fits with the German culture of only buying food for a few days, I find it far more convenient to fill a cart and have enough food for a ...