Suburban Extended Stay Winthrop
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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We are home safe now, thank goodness, although the trip home was hard travelling. We had a somewhat scary flight, which Mike goes through over on his blog, and I won't repeat here.
Now that I've been home for a day or so (Yay Home!) and had time to reflect on this trip and traveling and Italy, I thought I'd share these little threads with you.
1. You don't need as many clothes as you think you do. I tried really hard ...
... of the town about to riot. You get to throw fake tea over the side of the ship. You learn about the events leading up to the tea party and it was a bit of fun in general. Ferry to Charleston. Brief but good views of harbour. Charleston navy yard including USS constitution museum and Cassin young destroyer ship: ship still fires blanks from its cannons and sails occasionally. Staffed my US navy. Not sure if a museum assignment is a good or bad thing... ...
... ground where notables such as Samuel Adams, Paul Revere and the victims of the Boston Massacre are buried, The massacre site, Paul Revere house, Copps hill burial ground where Robert Newman is buried - he lit the lanterns for Paul Revere's famous ride for those who know their American history! The bunker hill monument - the battle of bunker hill 1775 was the 1st major battle in the Revolutionary war against the British, the battle cry ...
... out into the real world full of adult responsibilities. Some may be frightened by such a change in life and surroundings, but I am oddly calm. My outlook on the year ahead is a positive one. It is sure to be full of adventures, new experiences and a new me. I feel that this change in my life will create a mature more adult version of who I am already. I am not expecting all of it to be easy. ...
... with the owner/chef. We asked him if he knew about an elevated place outside of Palouse called Chestnut Hill. He did not know. Then he took out his iPad and used Google Earth to look for the place. What a brilliant idea!! How come I never thought about that?!!! Duh!! We found out that if we go around Kamiak Butte towards the other side from the entrance where we went to, there was an open elevated area where we could have taken ...