Inn at Stony Creek
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
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... a buffet where they keep coming out with home-made food that is literally to die for. Chicken, stuffing, buttered noodles, home-made ice cream and more are just some of the things that are constantly brought to your table upon request. The interesting part is that they sit you with people visiting from all over the country so you get a sense of connection with others. You don’t necessarily have to talk to the other people, but if ...
... 8217; books during my visits to Barnes & Noble to fantasize about my own future. It’s a beautiful world no matter what drama and events are taking place. You will always find great people willing to help you out and who want you to enjoy their lifestyle and hope that you experience it for yourself. Some even go out of their ways to make sure you enjoy your stay and carry a lasting impact in your memory. Every journey is what you make of it. Honestly, I could ...
... br> The recruiter is not sure how long it will take. It could be days, weeks, months etc. He is optimistic that everything will work out, and I choose to agree with him.
I cant feel sorry for myself. Over the weekend i found out that one of my good friends lost his 3 year old daughter to brain cancer. I feel sorry for him and his family. My problems are nothing compared to his, and countless other people in the world today. It certainly helps to keep things in ...
today, while painting, i accidentally hit my head against the tv cabinet. it hurt. no big deal. a few minutes later my mother came in to get something from her room. no big deal. suddenly she, who is prone to over-reacting(unlike me), starts yelling "Dios mio!." loosely translated that means: oh my god. it was only at that point did i realize that there was blood dripping from my head (i thought it was paint). cue ...
well, i made it back to new jersey safely yesterday. the silver lining of driving 16 hours from st. louis to new jersey, is that a trip of 6 hours doesn't seem nearly as bad by comparison. i had a really wonderful time seeing todd & stefanie, and getting to be the first overnight guest in their new home. i had never been to Baltimore before, but am sure to go back (whether they want me to or not). the ...