Days Inn Sturbridge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... to take in all at once. Graduation came and went like a whirlwind, but now I am settling into my Post-Grad status.
It never seems to end, change that is. Some is for the best, and some is for the worst. But all I know is that life, family, love, and the world is beautiful. I will share some of the beauty after I get back from Japan and settled into my new life as a woman on her way to becoming a licensed architect.
... scolded for going to the wrong register. Beer and wine are at one and booze is at another. Who knew. I am staying at an expensive hotel. The price quoted was $170. When I said that was out of my league, the clerk offered it at $97. What a wonderful person. I am doing laundry on the clothes that were affected by the shampoo ...
We just left Charlottesville with the sun still down. Last night we had dinner at Millers which was a bar Dave Matthews used to bartend at and formed his band. Downtown Charlottesville was a cool place and had some good vibes. We went to our last hotel and obviously crashed pretty early. We hit the road an hour ago at 4am headed for Massachusetts. We are ...
... We also need to get the motorhome registered and inspected, have both vehicles serviced and plan our journey for next year. But there is one very special reason that we've traveled through ten states, thirteen campgrounds and 2089 miles in three weeks...to meet one special little person who just added tons of joy to the family. Brayleigh Lynn Browning, our first great grandchild. The proud momma, our beautiful Kaitlin, gave birth on May ...
Today we drove thru four states! We started in Pennsylvania, thru NY state, thru Connecticut, and stopped in Sturbridge, MA just 60+ miles from Boston. This drive was again very beautiful, rolling hills, up and down never exceeding an elevation above 1800 ft mostly around 800 to 900 ft ...