Publick House Historic Inn
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In 1771, a hotel by the name of "the Publick House" was built, right in the beginning stages of the Revolution. A famous french General named La Fayette (who served under George Washington) came stayed there once, and enjoyed it so much, that he brought his son there to show him the hotel. We spent the night there, and had a wonderful breakfast of …
We got up as planned at 3:15 am to be sure to get to the airport in time for our 5:15 flight! It was very cold - 2 degrees - wow, can't wait to feel the 90 degrees in Aruba.
We're leaving 10" of snow that came down Wednesday so it's truly a winter ...
... books, and other random things strewn about it and my suitcases are sitting around the floor completely empty. I'll spend my last day packing and watching the pats today. It just seems so real that the next time I wake up, I will be leaving my house for a very long time and the time after that I will be in Madrid! I will fall asleep somewhere above the Atlantic Ocean and wake up in Madrid! That is if I even sleep... Good morning America ...
... because of question number two.
2. How are you going to pack 4 months of things you'll need in a suitcase?
I have no idea. As much as I say that I can be minimalistic, I really can't. I keep thinking of the perfect opportunity to wear item A or use item B and so I think that I have to bring it along. In the future, I will document what I bring with me (and what I end up taking home).
For now, more goodbyes in the days to come.
... times...and I'm really doing it. Little me, from Plainfield Connecticut...literally traveling... AROUND THE WORLD! Just a few more things to pick up, pack, and plan and I am ready to go! It's really hard to explain the way I feel right now...thank god for Delia who went on SAS voyage of Spring 2013 who keep constantly reminding me that everything will fall into place and I am going to have the most amazing time of ...
How has this inn rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed