Hampton Inn Auburn
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... aswell near them which we went in and saw. Didn't end up going in but you can see enough from the outside. Then we headed on the highway to wrentham premium outlets. Didn't really need to go shopping anymore but it was good for me to get presents for home. Where paul and ray live is literally 45 minutes form everything. From Boston, providence, wrentham and lots of others. This outlet was massive! Had everything you could think of. Went into Yankee candle ...
... Washington. (Begs a lot of questions)
Buds on the deciduous trees are beginning to open (Feb 11) in North Carolina and the grass is actually green in South Carolina.
Different states must tax gasoline at different rates. Average price $2.25 a gallon. Saw it as low as $1.87
Miami is a city of cars. Lots of "muscle machines" and they are nearly all shiny and clean.
It shamed me into a car wash. Serious gridlock any ...
Believe it or not, we stopped at a Walmart which was a dinner takeout option! Arrival at the Sheraton was just before 7 PM. John and I enjoyed a glass of wine in our room and watched Alabama vs. Arkansas. After a while we went down to the hotel bar for dinner and shared wine and appetizers. The bartender, Robert, was very attentive and friendly. Once back in the room, more football.
... his act – he was rewarded with a balloon sword at the end), and a couple of day cares.
It’s been a lot of fun watching John’s clown character evolve and grow as he goes out every week. Each time he performs, J.P. becomes a more defined personality and his comedic timing is getting better and better. I told John it was fun to see him so comfortable in the character that he can improvise with confidence and go along ...
... It was an adventure!
Not much the worse for wear, we arrived back at the start an hour after starting this leg of the journey - at least a quarter longer than we thought - and feeling pretty good about ourselves. We had picked, hurdled, and tromped our way through what seemed like unexplored land, and we were tired. The cars were a welcome sight.