Lamp Post Inn
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Today I woke up with a terrible migraine! My parents and Mimi had gone out to breakfast so I went downstairs and ate a crescent. When they got back we decided to go to the Van Gough museum! The train we were trying to take never ended up coming... So we took a different option but ended there none the less. In the museum square, there was a little market set up and it was a beautiful day ...
... was an extremely bustling street lined with girls in windows, red glowing light and peep shows! It was funny because transgendered women are actually in windows with blue lights, and the one transgendered woman I saw was more attractive than all of the other woman in the windows! After walking down the Main Street in the red light district, we walked out of the busy part and went into a sweet stop and got a waffle with Nutella! It was delicious. After that we went home and went to ...
... to decide to leave him in the RV or find a kennel nearby. We pretty much know if we are going to be more than a few hours, he goes to doggie day care. Now an interesting difference in the price of dog kennels in New England as compared with here. The Barking Dog, in Exeter charged twenty-seven dollars a day for day care. $27.00 ! In Ann Arbor, it was fifteen dollars and it was just as ...
... tribute, and Beyonce herself even announced the band on the big screen! They had given out glowing blue wristbands, and the lights were turned down for the show. Combine that with the light show on the field during the performance, and it was a pretty cool show.
The formations were reasonably difficult at times, particularly since it would be hard to see where your spots are in the darkened stadium. From ...
... at "Kerrytown Market" and in fact throughout out our entire Mid-Western experience, we couldn't help but notice they take their beef VERY SERIOUSLY like these steaks the siz of Texas! (Travis and Mallery you'd be in heaven.) .
I entertained myself (and I'm sure a few others!) when we stopped into an awesome (incredible...I mean to tell you magnificent) shoppe called ...