Inn at Mendenhall, an Ascend Collection Hotel
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... ladies. It was interesting to hear their accents and the language they used. They speak in Pennyslvania Dutch, which is a dialect of German, and in English.
I could go on and on (oh, wait, I guess I have been doing just that!), but the visit was great. Short, but fun and educational! I have always been fascinated by this group of people and was happy to have had the chance to visit for a day.
Until the next blog, happy trails!
... inCalgary set the Stampede. Then the fenders needed to be set horizontal not just hanging but the skipper was down helping me with that! Very good learning g expense for me.
We wandered around Annapolis this afternoon lots of shops, not as active as Newport but nice. Bryan did some shoe shopping which was nice a couple new pair of Sperry's...why I left mine at home I do not know! I found a great rain cost at Heley Hanson I think I'll ...
... to New Orleans, and the next stop is ‘YAZOO’ – Jus’ sayin’ like) Washington Square is also home to ‘The Tomb Of The Unknown Soldier’ a memorial for soldiers of both sides during the revolution who were buried beneath. We also took a stroll down Elfreth Alley, (The oldest continually occupied street in the country) it was quaint and cute, and that is all.
We liked our hostel, and thought we would participate in a ghost tour ...
... as they were leaving the ward but had recently been stopped due to patients without medical insurance turning up to the clinic. The patients now had to organise their own appointments once they had been discharged; those without insurance had to go to the hospital's business office to get a 'pass' that allowed them to access outpatient services they needed. I couldn't help but feel this was a lot to ask of the patients, after in most cases large traumatic events ...
... me to keep up with. I'm a traveller - which I'm realising is a way of life. I'm tentatively finding my way in this respect and enjoying the insights that this brings. I'm also learning that the nature of this journey means that people and places are temporary - however when we think about our life as a whole this can also be a truism - however what makes it obvious to me now is that the time we spend together is a lot shorter and ...