Embassy Suites Hotel Winston-Salem
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... now before we have to leave and continue our journey. It will be a bittersweet good-bye I'm sure. At his age (at any age really) you never know when it will be your last good-bye. But I know he is being well cared for (he's actually healthier now than when he moved in to Homestead Hills 2 years ago!), and I think he's as happy as he can be. (Also, If he needs nursing home care or dementia care later on they are both catered for in specialised units in his ...
... br> Monday
5:30 Rise and shine!
5:45 Run in Central Park
6:30 Head back to hotel, stop at Starbucks
6:45 – 8:00 Get ready for the day!
8:15 Catch subway to Cookshop for breakfast (reservations at 9:00)
9:30 Walk to Battery Park for 11:00 Statue of Liberty (print tickets)
1:00/1:30 Take subway or boat across to Brooklyn for ...
We are a party of four, who love to laugh, eat, exercise and give thanks. I can't think of a more wonderful group to spend 4 days with in NY city! Will post itinerary soon but it will be exhausting, exhilarating and exactly what we need! Love to my special ...
... with incredibly bright decor (I neglected to snap a photo so the one I've included comes courtesy of a google image search). Tuesday we packed the car and drove down to Cumberland Island National Seashore, an enchanted island I had been to a few times in childhood but not again since I was in sixth grade. My folks stayed in a best western on the mainland and took the ferry back and forth while we camped out on the island. ...
... fire wasn't lit, we would still see just fine with the moonlight and stars...
We woke up the next day trucked it up what was one of the hardest approaches I have ever done (while Sick- I caught a cold from a workshop I did last week in the childrens play room of a medical clinic...) So It was a panting 2 mile vertical approach to the face of Moores wall. But it was gorgeous and totally worth it. When we got to the base, we couldn't figure out how ...