Quality Inn Plainfield
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It’s been a while since I’ve posted, but I figured this was a great time to start blogging again since so much change has happened and will continue to happen for another month.
In just a couple days, I will be leaving for a 13 day trip to JAPAN!!! My boyfriend and I are so excited and I am so happy to finally be on a plane again traveling somewhere new and wonderful! Although I am sad that we will not be ...
We left the Alsatian RV and Golf Resort, in Castroville, Texas, three weeks ago, bringing the first year of our Five Year Travel Plan to an end. This trip has been the most enjoyable, educational (you're never too old to learn) and exciting eleven months I've experienced since....well, it's been awesome! We do have a number of reasons to go home, especially catching up with family and friends. I love the traveling but I really ...
... a crab shack but they didn't really have what we wanted and what we got wasn't great. So for dinner we asked where to go and were told to go to Duffy's Tavern. We checked the menu on line and it was clams and lobster and all the stuff we were looking for. So off we went...and couldn't find it, went around in circles, Mary the GPS said go one way, Dora the Explorer on my phone said the other ...
... singing near the eggs, cows mooing at the milk section, Minnie Mouse on a trapeze, everywhere you look something is going on.
The produce looked so fresh. Soups, pizzas even mozzarella cheese is made fresh in store along with lots of other things. We spent a couple of hours just walking around.
We had not given the Chinaman much thought but he was still lurking in the shadows. The night before we were to meet Judy, ...
... across a gem of a village called Stonington. It was a quaint town of mostly old white wooden houses, some of them quite grand. There must have been lots of sea captains living there in the old days.)
That night we had another wonderful meal at an Italian restaurant over the road and had meals without garlic and onion. I think my reputation is preceding me and FAOGCS (pronounced Faog~cs) is becoming a force to be reckoned with. (Are reading this Dan and ...