Quality Inn Sussex
Travel Blogs from Sussex
... you can never be sure with these cruise book clubs whether there will be 5 or 1500 in attendance. As it is, I have a few books lined up to read during any downtime on the ship, although, with our jam packed excursion schedule, I doubt there will be alot of that. I've tried to identify what movies will be featured on "MUTS" during the cruise. That's Movies Under the Stars, which is ...
... 8217;s a really good thing that our RV has a monster engine or there is no way we would have made it up the hill.
To pass the time on time on the drive we decided to name the RV. A few of the suggestions:
-Donald (or Don)
-The Magical Mystery Machine
-The Great White Beast
So far, it looks like Mitch is winning. Not my ...
... the only restaurant open in town and enjoyed bowls of homemade seafood chowder. They sure know how to make a good chowder here, it was full of crab, lobster, salmon, scallops and shrimp and I mean full! With happy tummies we made our way back to our B&B where we spent the afternoon playing crib and relaxing. Elsie, the sweet lady who owns the B&B, told us there was going to be live music at a Cafe in town that evening! This meant there was ...
... as there were no long winding roads to get to the top.
We hired our equipment purchased our ski lift tickets and two lessons for Emily and Kylie all coming to $256.00cad, wow what a bargain. We skied for an hour until the lesson started for Kylie and Emily. Brittany and I then hit the harder runs for the next hour we had a ball. the weather was overcast but not windy and not to cold only about -5. We then picked up Kylie & Emily had some lunch ...
... come visit us for about an hour as we were getting ready. Here I am trying to plan our day on my computer in my chair, when I he runs across my laptop...he typed an “N”, so we named him Ned. Ned was up the chairs, down the chairs....on the picnic table, around the tent, etc. Frantic as possible. I spied him looking at me with that same look Todd gets when he’s about to jump, and before I could say “No, Ned!”, he ...