Alexander House Inn & Hostel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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premises and is one of the largest operations in Virginia. It’s a bit snooty
and clearly very popular. It was mobbed on what was likely the most beautiful
October Saturday of the season. It was one of those situations when you have to
fight your way to the counter and push others aside or else you won’t get any
as the pretentious people with more money than brains monopolize the pourers’
time with their silly chatter; the ...
... at one end. The original part of the campus constitutes, along with Jefferson's Monticello, one of the few manmade sites in the United States to make the UNESCO World Heritage List (Statue of Liberty, Independence Hall, and Taos Pueblo are the others). UVA has to be one of the most beautiful college campuses in the country as well as one of the most academically distinguished.
I actually almost went to the University of Virginia twice. It was one ...
... Inn at Monticello still had rooms but I gather they turned many people away last night. There has been a big festival as well as the long weekend so beds have been at a premium.
Dined at Applebee's an American diner chain. Reasonably priced, family place where some older men were at the bar watching the football and chatting with the barman. They cooked a nice steak with herbed prawns for me and fish and chips for Wes. He asked for them to leave off ...
" "Barrier lollipop" Dirty not sure but K and D "Body lotion and towel cause I'm going to be drenched" Dorte putting on a low European accent to be saucy when Kasper goes to fetch things "Her boobs are so round" Dorte "Go big or go home. That's my saying" ...
I have reached the end of my 2nd Yellowstone adventure and it is certainly bittersweet. This summer was different from last year, as I suppose should have been expected. Friendships changed, the housekeeping department was ruled by a new leader, and the resident Grant Village elk decided not to charge employees.
Last summer, I left feeling as if my adventure was unfinished. When I heard ...