Sleep Inn South Point
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... getting the DDP, especially after all is said and done the DDP only works at certain places. If you want to go to one of the higher end restaurants one night then it counts as meal credits instead of one.
So our plan of attack is this: Some days we will load up on cheap breakfast stuff at the resort in the morning and eat light through the day & evening or eat light during the day and have a big dinner (like on my birthday). Something tells me there will be lots of ...
Celebrating 4th of July is different and I was game for anything. We decided to hang out at the birth place of George Washington. It was a very very warm day, but people were dressed during the time America won their independence. People were dancing. No ...
... watched other people's tv screens. One person 2 rows in front of me was watching (500) Days of Summer so I could follow along with out hearing it. Chipotleeeeee! Mmmm. Home at 10pm! Sleeping in my own bed tonight! As all my trips over the last 2 years have reinforced, I live in a great city/state/country. I appreciate it more and more everytime I travel... But at the same time it makes me want to travel more and more. Iceland, you were ...
... Shrine. When he reached a small plantation next to the railroad, he was put up in the Plantation Office to wait for a train. In the meantime, he became very ill & died of Pnuemonia. The bed that he died in and the blanket that covered him are still in the bedroom in the office.
We returned to the RV Park at 5:30 pm.
Tomorrow we travel to the Harper's Ferry area. ...
... pilgrimage to where the magic happened at least once. There were four hours of driving through flat country farmland to analyze my surroundings. North Carolina reminds me a lot of OP (at least back in the day before it was gobbled up by developers)...wooded landscape with occasional farms, all pretty much as sea level. This state definitely has less mystique than South Carolina and instead of grand oaks lining the roads, ...