Sleep Inn & Suites at Fort Lee
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Because we were all so busy in Cologne yesterday , attended a beer tasting and then danced until the wee hours of the morning!! We didn't get to post yesterday....we are now on our way to Holland...the Netherlands, etc. yesterday we toured Cologne, went to the Famous Gothic Cathedral in old Townes. Toured the Lindt Candy Factory which we all turned into 10 years olds......loved it..obviously our Tummies were full and not feeling like eating ...
... we were given a tour of the kitchen, Joanne enjoyed the fried potatoes, sauerkraut while we other great German foods. We enjoyed German beer, wine, Black Forest cake, etc. most of all we enjoyed great conversation with new friends. Afterwards we were stopped by Bob's room, only to find a gorgeous new blonde bed mate.. She had nothing on but a blonde wig and a towel!! Onto new ...
... Unfortunately, Bob left Jane before the trip materialized, and she went in search of a friend to accompany her.
Surprisingly, Emily, who had recently become unattached, agreed to join her! We began planning in the Spring and grew increasingly excited as the date grew near.
... likes to lie on the dashboard of U.Alan's truck ocasionally while Tom's place is stretched out behind the sheet music stand on the electric piano. They are both quite amusing to watch and each have distinctive personalities, but they're a part of the farm as much as the 'Adelaide Hills' sign itself.
Samoya is the black husky/lab/border collie cross who sings. No joke. The first time I sat down to play the piano, she started howling along and scared me no end! She is quite ...
... roadsigns and landmarks as we drew closer because she'd been here before. We crossed the James River (quite a bit smaller than the Murray River, in volume at least) and saw signs for Huguenot Trail, turned off our GPS and became even more excited that we were so close. Pulling up to the sign and driveway for Adelaide Hills Farm we were thankful to God for having been brought here safely and also very happy to have arrived.