Oakwood at Stoneleigh at the Reserve
Travel Blogs from Plymouth
- The Chinese system for baggage claim is really efficient. We always got our bags almost as soon as we arrived at baggage claim. I wonder what our American airports can pick up from them.
- I had said that we were not allowed to take photos of the farmer who discovered the Terracotta Warriors and that he did not acknowledge me. I later learned that apparently did not include Sandy, who not only got a photo of him, but also shook his hand. I ...
... 275 thousand ears of corn are sawed in half lengthwise and nailed to the building following patterns created by local artists. We had a quick 10 minute talk and we went down onto a stage like area and bought some of their honey popcorn, it was beautiful. Chamberlain was our last comfort stop. We overlooked the Missouri River and walked down a "look out for poisonous snakes" pathway. Today the weather is the mildest all holiday and is really nice. The country ...
... Billy was still building a house in Maryland and Connie took off almost 2 weeks of work to drive and "tour" with us. (One of the many, big-hearted, gotta-help-out-here "Wheels" stories that you will likely read more about...
It had been far too long, since last uniting with the Mallery side of the Family... some of my earliest memories were of visiting Annie, Dennis and Karen's house ...
After an exciting summer in New Mexico I will begin my next big adventure: Ireland! Tomorrow, my family and I will begin our trip. We will spend a week and half traveling around Ireland. On August 29th, I will move into my new apartment in Galway. My family will spend a few days heading back to the United States while I attend orientation and get settled at the National University of Ireland at Galway. Check back to hear about all my exciting adventures.
... Sorry,” I say into her sweaty, wide-eyed face. I grab the door handle with both hands and force it open. The wind is stiff, but the fresh air is welcome. One of the travelers, who has with great intelligence nabbed one of the benches on deck, welcomes me. “Someone closed all the windows in there,” I tell him and he frowns, understanding that this is Not a Good Thing.
I’m leaning on the door, and my next goal is the railing. It’s only ...
Other places to stay in Plymouth
3131 Campus Drive, Plymouth | 3 star hotelfrom $90
2705 Annapolis Lane, Plymouth | 3 star hotelfrom $86
210 Carlson Parkway, Plymouth | 3 star hotelfrom $97
2600 Annapolis Ln N, Plymouth | 1 star hotelfrom $64
2750 Annapolis Circle, Plymouth | 3 star hotelfrom $116
2955 Empire Ln , Plymouth | 2 star hotelfrom $62
3000 Harbor Lane, Plymouth | 2 star hotelfrom $94