Courtyard by Marriott Nashua
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Its Sunday and we start our day with a breakfast at Denny's. We have a Lumberjack Slam- between the two of us. This consisted of two eggs, two sausages, two strips of bacon, a large has brown, unlike the ones we have at home...and of course, 2 pancakes and 2 pieces of toast. It cost us $9.99. A great way to kick off our day! We started driving into Hartford. I need to report how badly I drove yesterday! ...
... each other. Bernadette had given us each gift cards to Barnes and Noble. I had gotten a basic NOOK for Phil so now we can buy some books for him to read. We drank too much wine and off to bed sometime around 1 AM!
Dec 25th-Tuesday – Christmas Day – and we awoke to snow! Not much, just enough to make it look white and by noon it was only sparse dry flakes. The roads are clear and that is good as we are driving to New Hampshire to Kimberly’s ...
... ourselves and lots of empties! We landed in Atlanta and had a 2 hour wait till next plane. I tried to use internet but no go! For $5 you can get online, but for no pay you can learn allllllll about Atlanta! In the air again and this time on a FULL plane. Landed in Boston, found my luggage and quickly outside where the limo was waiting. A fast trip to Wakefield and Phil was waiting. Lugged my stuff upstairs (well, onto the elevator) and into his condo. Called for Pizza ...
... opportunity and I am so grateful to be making this trip.
My sincere thank to my family, friends and co-workers for all the well wishes and support for this adventure.
And to the Taylor family and my other friends who expressed the wish that they would have taken Molly if the their situations had allowed it - my eternal gratitude.
Dalian, here I come ready or ...
... We headed north after Flint and arrived at Mackinac City where we looked at motels but very expensive-considering the town is dead right now and the have no customers, but they still want 160+$’s. After touring the waterfront and walking out on a long pier we headed across the bridge to the Upper Peninsula, St Ignace, where we found a great Best Western! Only $89 and right on the water and a beautiful view!! A small ‘island’ just out a few feet ...