- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... lower and lower and the emphasis shifting from word to word each time it was asked.
“YOU . . . have never been to New York City?”
“You have . . . NEVER . . . been to New York City?”
“You have never been to . . . NEW YORK CITY?”
Followed by another long pause and a final question . . . “Really?” (At least I think it was a question; it might ...
... the best of care and food with Bawma around. I hope you are feeling very well Bawma. Thank you again for writing.
I'm going to find "Somewhere in Luxemburg" or at least get close. I'm not entirely certain where, and to be honest, I'm not entirely certain why. It is not important that I find the exact place where my Uncle perished. I'm ...
... materials employing the same methods that were used over 700 years ago. It has been furnished with genuine mediaeval antiques. It even has a moat, a drawbridge, defensive ramparts, a chapel, a dungeon and a torture chamber! It is also a fully functioning vineyard with magnificent vaulted wine cellars. Castello di Amorosa produces small lots of good quality wines. We went on a tour of the castle which was fun all round. We then had a wine tasting, ...
... accomplished, having arrived safely and well ahead of schedule. I dropped off the DoP&C for DV&WP and took the motor into the Sonoma town centre for a little chauffeur R&R. A double shot cafe Americano accompanied by an apricot danish hit the spot as solid prep for my walk around the quaint & historically significant town of Sonoma. Sonoma County is the largest (in area) and northernmost of the nine San Francisco Bay Area counties and ...
... had “Campsite Full” signs as we drove in, which was unfortunate since it looked almost as serene as the Muir Woods had been. But we backtracked a bit and found a private RV/Tent campground and staked a claim ($44). A stiff breeze seemed to arise out of nowhere, wreaking havoc with the fire and sending the temperatures down…a great opportunity to call it an early night (after the usual marshmallow toasting was completed). ...