Park Lane Hotel and Suites
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... limited after an approximate 20 minute walk, only because of private properties with docks jetting out into the sound.
This afternoon at 3:40, Dolphins came into the beach right in front of our house to feed, dipping up and down like children do when diving for their toys we all throw in for them when they are learning to swim!
We are "at the cottage" but miles away, it is relaxing and will be ...
... least 6 months before we head back up to New England area for the summer months.
Again, I appreciate all your comments on the blog. I hope you got a good sense of what we were seeing and doing and that it was presented in such a manner that you weren't bored stiff reading it (or that you didn't just punch the delete button the minute you saw that there was yet another blog coming).
Just think of how much money ...
... wound up sitting by himself in the middle of the group with several kids trying to figure out what these two people were singing and screaming about. As the festivities were starting I looked up and saw Noel being pushed by Nana and Amanda in the luggage carrier, but it wasn’t just any luggage carrier. It had a pillow and towel and Noel looked like a queen riding in to meet her people. With the 2 kids Nana, Amanda, Mamaw and myself at the ...
... by the rule of ‘if you like it, buy it’. I like the man! I think similarly and do the same.
The house, his collections and the garden were all gorgeous and displayed some of my favourite types of design. In the house there were 10 foot ceilings, floor to ceiling windows, panoramic doors providing cross breeze, and lots of chocolate and other deep colours. The gardens and terraces were covered in ferns and ivy which was ...
... Dan tells us that this would be like picking sticky grass from your socks after walking through a field and that this would take around 2 months for each harvest. This then led to a huge black population, some of whom eventually bought their freedom by working in their spare time in order to pay a sum of money to their masters. These men were then declared “free men of colour”. What would a free man of colour do? Asks Dan, well some of them used ...