Fat Duck Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Even flew over the Yellowstone River.
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Up to this point, we had seen very few cars on the road as the way to Marrakesh was out in the hinterlands. Being from Michigan, I had never experienced such wide open spaces in my life. So awhile later when we finally came to a T in the road, I consulted my map to see which direction we wanted to go. As luck would have it, we ...
Note Bene: If you already received this journal post, please excuse and disregard this second mailing. Apparently, I made a small change in the date, and as a result this entry became a "DRAFT" and cannot be accessed until I publish it a second time. This is one reason I begin my travel journal days ahead of my actual trip--to work out whatever bugs I might encounter. Your patience is appreciated. :)
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