Paige Pond Country Inn
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... der als weitere Originalität eine links windende Sandstein-Wendeltreppe in sich birgt.
The town hall dates from the 2 half of the 16th century and has survived all the devastation of the 30-year war. A massive brick-built ground floor with an open hall originally developed in wearing a truss construction upstairs. Unlike other Rathäusen in Rheinhessen is the 1st Floor accessible by a supervisor round tower, which carries more ...
... Only three hours late. But had to wait for transport to hotel anyway I actually got some sleep on the flight as i had the extra seats :) There was a woman on the plane with a companion dog a big one. Had his own seat. She was a cancer researcher living in Pittsburg going to be with her mother in Italy who now has cancer. The dog helps her when she has panic attacks- interesting Resting at hotel which is in the town of Aurelia a suburb of Rome. I did get room to myself ...
OK, OK, OK, so I got on the road late. No biggy. Off I went a happy camper, south bound and down with the pedal to the metal, and everything was 10 four good buddy. Dang I have to stop listening to those truckers songs. Yikes.
The road ( interstate hwy 75 ) was still smooth and straight all the way to just south of Ocala. Then it got dicey. I was motoring along scanning the area where we had stayed last year and recognized a few ...
... name (maybe we were even related!!) thinking that would give me an edge. Sadly, the answer was...no room at the inn.
Well, the owner, Christine Koch, must have read between the lines of my email and realized it was important to me to stay in Mettenheim because the next day she emailed, suggesting a nearby winery that also had a Gästhaus. So ...
... finds, Schnebly Redlands Winery. Wines here are made from avocado, guava, coconut, and other fruits, but no grapes. We arrived at 2 PM and the winery was hopping. They also have a small brewery with 4 brews (including Big Rod Coconut Ale – yummy). A local film crew was filming for an advertisement and asked the two of us if we would mind being filmed sitting at a table romantically sipping glasses of wine, which ...