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... to do back splashes. We went to play tennis all week. Southampton is my second home.
Sadie - I saw my grandma and gramdpa. I got to go on a train ride on the last day, we almost missed it. We got to go to the beach almost every day. And we biked to the Harbour Light to eat breakfast (Julie here - this was the first year Sadie could do it ...
Every year we head to Ontario to visit the Kennedy clan, and base ourselves out of "Cas Mahal", the name given to Michael's parents place on the shores of Lake Huron. It is something we always look forward to - a real lake (sorry Alberta!).
... you tend to play a lot of games because its good to socialise but they also had no tv to watch. The farm was also on the edge of the Bruce Trail, which was a walking trail that went from Owen Sound all the way to Niagara....so I will guess that would be about 200 miles.....a long walk. We did go on the Bruce Trail but after about half an hour walking one way you then have to turn around and go back the same way. It was also our own job to cook our tea for ourselves ...
This lady is my absolutely, hands down winner for the best thing about Portugal.
She's is my wife Donna, without her I would be lost. She is my best friend, soulmate and the love of my life.
This trip was to celebrate our 20 years of marriage and we've been traveling together for more than those 20 years and haven't grown tired of it in the least.
We love that there are so many things that we share in common and never lack for choices, be ...
... Chromlechs etc)
History and historic sites at every turn. Chromlechs and Menhirs, megaliths of the Neolithic Age are the oldest man made objects that we have ever seen and touched. The ones we saw near Evora standing unprotected in a farm field were 8000 years old. That's 2 or 3 thousand years older than Stonehenge!
Every village no matter how small has a church, which is still very central to everyday life in Portugal. We found Portuguese churches to be ...