BEST WESTERN PLUS South Hill Inn
- Continental Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... throughout. The shoes...the shoes... They are the only pieces of gear that I used on all 3 major bike tours.
I wanted very much to finish the ride on one single front tire. It would have been so cool to make it home on such a holey, see-through, worn out one. But, daily blowouts got to be frustrating and I didn't want to put the tour at risk so it just had to go. The tire was so worn that all it took was ...
... caught a ****** almost the same size as him.
After the perfect day on the water, and Christian & his wife arrived, we cooked some crappies and sat out on the balcony eating fish & salads and drinking a beer, and we watched the sun setting over the lake.
... there, as the weather was warm and the water temperature was perfect also to partake in all of Toms constant excursions and activities! We would boat or jet ski everywhere we needed to go. Some of those excursions included swimming across the border to Virginia, feeding huge carp and cat fish, jet-skiing, feeding the island goats, of course too sometimes we needed to drive the Ferrari or fly Dale's helicopter but most of the time we ...
... enjoyed a delicious breakfast platter of buttermilk pancakes, eggs, turkey bacon and a cup of coffee. It was delicious as always. Our tour guide had phoned ahead and the restaurant was able to seat us all quickly. The three of us sat at a table with a retired couple Laura and Allison from Petitcodiac. We enjoyed chatting with them during our meal, hearing about their many trips to Florida, including the years they resided in Zephyr Hills, ...
I figured I would start off with a an excerpt from a book I just finished and recommend from Paulo Coelho...the title is "Warrior of the Light."
"When the order to move on comes, the Warrior looks at all the friends he has made during the time that he followed the path. He taught some to hear the bells of a drowned temple, he told others stories around the fire. His heart is sad, but he knows that his sword ...