Hampton Inn Georgetown - Marina
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... for lunch. My sisters and I shared crabcakes as an appetizer and hummingbird cake with Italian butter cream for dessert (delicious, rich, and there was plenty for the three of us). Peggy had the Hopsewee salad plate of chicken salad, potato salad, pasta salad, bean salad, fresh fruit, and a pimento cheese biscuit. Joan had a chicken salad sandwich, gin-gin soup (chicken, wild rice, and mushrooms), ...
... we counted ourselves lucky as the wind picked up considerably and temperature plunged. With Mr. Heater now dead, the little ceramic electric heater rose to the task and kept us toasty for the rest of the night. Rhiannon was soaking wet inside and out so Maggie washed and dried ieverything in sight while I worked at getting boat dried out and reasonably squared away. Maggie put together a nice fajita dinner with red box wine and we ...
... chalkboard to show the data that explains the premise of my article about women maturing faster and at a much younger age than 20-40 years ago.” I complete my oral report to a roaring applause.
My Christmas break is fun and relaxing. I ride the roller coaster, which is a couple blocks away, with Thumper and Gennie a couple times a week. Everyday, I comb the beaches for seashells, and swim in our outdoor pool, which overlooks ...
... like cream of wheat cereal, with very little flavor, just like the grits in Tennessee.
“Hey,” two white boys greet me as they set their trays down on my table.
I feel a rush of heat on my face. I’m sure that I’m beat red.
“Y’all mus be new here. Weez da welcom’in committee,” one says with a sweet smile. “Whaz day call y’all?”
“My name ...
... an increased abundance of private residences and docks along the waterway, with lots of people scooting around on the water, whether fishing or just going for a cruise. The last stretch I was onboard for was the Dismal Swamp, which really didn’t have a whole lot going on throughout.
Not a lot to report today really - even though I’ve only been back for two days of motoring, I can already see how the days will run together. I can ...