Country Inn & Suites Braselton
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... Thai curries, Korean barbecue, sushi in Japan...but I think I will skip the Vegemite sandwiches in Australia! I tasted it once and it took a long time for that taste to leave my mouth!
Our latest trip related purchases have been a Belkin mini surge protector which can take three appliances and also has two USB ports. Way cool. We also picked up a couple of those battery backup ...
... or an automatic transmission. After we arrived at the airport, Steven said that for the first time in his life, he felt car sick. I kept my eyes closed as we pitched and yawed down I-85. Über is a wonderful thing most of the time. However, today, we could have used a scopolamine patch behind the ...
... REI and you can see them HERE.
Both brands come Petite (or shorter inseams) so neither pair will have to be hemmed by moi. I.Hate.Hemming. These pants roll up to two different "levels" so you can get one pair of pants and 3 lengths.
In order to maximize carry on travel vest are a great idea. There are many brands and types out there. I chose ...
... of underwear, a 4 or 5 assorted shirts with a toothbrush, comb and deodorant. He will depend on me for toothpaste and a razor (he sneaks his shaves with my razors all the time). That's it. Seriously.
Me? I need hair stuff, and contact solution, contact cases, makeup, moisturizers, body lotion, hand cream, nail files, dental floss, lipstick, lip balm, earrings, necklaces, hair brushes, ETC....in addition to the socks, underwear (and let's face ...
Commerce, Georgia, population 5292, has an interesting history. The area around today's Commerce, prior to the arrival of any non-native settlers, was inhabited by the Apalache People, who were ancestral to the Creek Indians. The Georgia Apalache Indians controlled the trade of gold, silver and copper coming out of Georgia, as mentioned in 16th and 17th century European texts. The Appalachian Mountains and the ...