GuestHouse Inn & Suites Elma
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... in intensity of moving out compounded by such an exciting trip, and immediately followed by the lack of dwelling to call home when we return. Obviously not surmountable; we're both pretty willing to go with the flow of things. But each of those things in succession feels a little overwhelming at times.
We made huge progress in moving out. The walls are completely bare, holes are spackled, ready to paint. We cleaned and ...
We have just 2 more days before "D" day and there is still so much to do. We haven't even begun to pack yet. It seems crazy to me, but we're going to be gone six weeks and we are still trying to figure out what we want to see and exactly where we're going. At least the car is ready to go, or more accurately, as ready as its ...
... for a walk with us. Luckily she is well behaved enough that we can leave her in the car with open window, food and water. if only it was so easy with kids!!
The walk in the Moss Forrest was just dreamy, These magnificent and enormous trees draped in moss was just fairytale-like. I just wanted to skip and dance amongst them but sadly not allowed. It is so difficult to put into the words the feeling you get when yo0u love nature as much as I do and ...
Ok… I can understand the rusty tractor sitting outside the restaurant, because that’s the name of the place, “The Rusty Tractor”. But what’s with the jello molds on the wall?
Usually when we go to the coast, this is where we stop to eat, and today was no different. It sure was busy though! In hindsight, all the cars and ...
... br> 17 Different modes of transportation (car, bus, taxi, train, plane, feet, subway, trolley, sky lift, ferry, boat,
motorcycle, bicycle, go-kart, jeep, Land Rover, Ranger)
92 Different places we called our “home away from home”, even if for just one day
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