The Herrington Inn & Spa
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Hello! So, by popular demand (ha) I'm trying my first blog... we'll see how this goes ;) Not sure what my connectivity will be along the way, but will try to keep in touch. If not during the trip, I will update the blog when I get home.
Here is my first post:
The Camino calls..... can't believe it's only 6 days until I fly out for my adventure!
... the following morning to be told it will be the middle of the night in Rome when we arrive and there will be no way into the city at that hour. Therefore, we will be given yet another hotel voucher and shuttled by charter bus to the designated hotel. So the debate began about whether or not there would be cabs at that hour. How could a city that big not have cabs at the airport regardless of the time? Everything on the flight was complimentary and all-in-all it was a ...
... never to the desolate West. She has camped and canoed, but she is older now and will get bored and upset. When Andrew was a baby, we traveled this same way; but slowly and with a sense of flexibility and humor. She is going to learn a lot and will come back ragged and smarter. I have seen it in my son these past 5 years. We packed the van very differently than in the past. We are doing some experiments in packing. We have bags to gather ...
... hand. To which he responded by screaming bloody murder. Then he proceeded to kick and punch the living **** out of the vending machines. It was insane. Probably his worse tantrum to date. Throwing himself on the ground because he hurts his hands. James nearly dying of embarrassment assisted me in picking him up and putting him in the van. I am sure it looked like ...
... this zoo. They always made lots of noise. Plus, I haven't seen s sea lion in over a week since I was last in California.
The new exhibit us very nice and allows visitors to walk through abtube under the water to see how harbor seals and sea lions swim. They were doing a lot if swimming too since it was about 100 humid degrees. I never saw Andrew sweat so much on this trip. We filled his brain with sugar and ice to keep him going. He asked to see the awesome giraffe ...