Fairhaven Village Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... immigrants were called (PBS). Even though her father served in WWI, he was still subject to prejudice.
Rosie explained some of the cultural differences between Americans and Italians. Hugging, cheek pinching and physicality were things that were foreign to her surrounding friends and passerby’s—even after she moved from Pennsylvania to Washington. Long meals, where people talk all night and drink wine, were also things that ...
... having ice crystals frozen to the greenery while the other side doesn't because it gets some sunlight during the day, and feeling the changes in the surrounding temperature as the road changes direction taking you in and other of shadow (even in a heated car the drop in temperature is distinctly noticeable).
... was pounding rain. It did not stop for the rest of the afternoon. With reservations on the 6 p.m. ferry, we had to kill time in the hotel with no power or wifi for the next several hours. We checked with the hotel that the bus schedule was firm and we could count on being picked up one half hour before the ferry departed for the 2 mile drive to the ferry terminal. We were assured the bus was on a regular schedule and we would not encounter a problem. So at ...
... We laughed and laughed ... Well I laughed .... Kevin just shakes his head. I said that's it I'm quilting while I'm ahead .... And went to buy a hot chocolate before we went back to the RV. The hot chocolate was free !!! I couldn't believe my night. Sleeping in the carpark was an experience, but how often would be get the chance. It wasn't as noisy as I thought ..... But the carpark lights were a bit bright. At 4am I woke up thinking it was morning and started chatting ...
... trip is over. I found a pit, and took it back, and cut some kindling with a hammer, and eventually got the fire started. Once we were all ready o make s'mores, the fire had other ideas with it exploding little bits of embers EVERYWHERE! As funny as it was, it wasn't safe as embers were seriously flying everywhere, like a good 3 meters away. We out out the fire and just chilled. So, the stats for our trip. We drove a total of 2910 miles ...