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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... lovely terraced southern style grand homes along the waterfront and a
pod of dolphins playing off the bow of the boat. All aboard came too
soon for us to get any great appreciation of this place, though our
visit was still very enjoyable.
We are at sea for the next few days,
and our next stop should prove a very interesting one as we near
South America we stop on the Dutch settled island of Curacao in the
... 3-4 acres. We could see dozens of dogs running and playing by the water’s edge. We headed that way and Harley wasted no time getting acquainted with the dogs and the water. There were at least six or seven tennis balls on the beach, just waiting to be thrown.
Harley played for a long time, chasing the ball endlessly. He did take a break to run and sniff the other dogs and all of them got along really well. There were big ...
... and lots of other flowers blooming. Unfortunately the azaleas and camelias were past but there were a few blooming here and there. There were lots of Live Oak trees with Spanish Moss hanging from them. Spanish Moss is neither Spanish nor a moss. It is a bromeliad or air plant. We walked by ponds and through the woods and along small openings. All the trees are in full leaf and everything is so green. We ended up at the conservatory where we caught the ...
... were letting their young fly solo for the first time.
We arrived at Asheville and later on in the day Glestelle and Tom drove in. They thoroughly enjoyed their first flight.
To this end, we have decided that partly due to the lack of time to be able to see everything we would leave them to go and visit Tina and Fred in West Virginia, while Glestelle and Tom set their compass towards the historic venue of Williamsburg and ...
... they took his name and number and said they would call if it turned up. We started on back to the campground and conversation was limited. As we approached La Fontana Jerry pulled in and although it appeared to be closed he went up to the door anyway. When he knocked on the door they looked at him and said they were closed but he pointed to his pocket and said “wallet”. They immediately opened the ...