Mariner's Pointe by EVRentals
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... a pleasure to put in an address and let our GPS (her name is Nancy) tell us how far we need to go, when we will arrive and provide us with step by step directions. How great is that. Just once she got confused and brought us to someone's house instead of a Starbucks, and once in the middle of the highway she decided she needed to 'recalculate'. Other than that she has been our best friend on this trip. ...
... nowhere and it is a bed & breakfast in the truest sense. This is the childhood home of the owner, Annette. There are family photos dating back to the 1800s on the living room walls. We are in the Sunshine Room, which is at the back of the house and is connected to the bathroom by the utility porch. As we drove up the dirt road to the house, we saw fireflies twinkling in the dark - ...
... Nashville, is the final resting place of Andrew Jackson and his wife Rachel. She died in 1828 after Jackson's election but before he was sworn in as president. She was buried in her beautiful garden on the plantation. After Jackson left office, he retired to The Hermitage, where he visited her grave every day.
We are spending the night in Crossville, Tennessee.
... to not feel well from what seemed to be the changes in altitude but whatever it might of been it seemed to go away as soon as the home of the Jones (and the scooters) were in sight. Upon arrival we learned that Jacob and Sarah had the ability to charm Ozzie (the Jones' cute, little, fluffy dog). He would rest on his back and let them rub his tummy as in a trance. We got to have amazing vegetarian sandwiches for lunch together (thank you Sheila). Mr. Tom gave ...
... from middle ages to art deco to modern with communist utilitarian still there as well. The people were brusque and not particularly pleasant, but then again, many tourist areas around the world are like that. It had a feeling though of people who have survived a lot hardship and really don't have time or patience with strangers.
The Jewish trail was a little hard to follow some places. While Germany and Austria spent countless amounts of money ...
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