The Villa Inn
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... raining. We spent some time in the spa and then headed to South Tavern next door for dinner. The dinner was possibly the worst of our trip. We were in and out pretty quickly. Approximately 18minutes. We came back to the hotel to watch Game 3 of the NBA finals before going to bed after a busy day.
San Antonio now lead the finals series 2-1. We will be in Miami for game 4 on Thursday. Louise is regretting not bringing her Heat jersey!
B & L ...
... few reminders that South America isn’t the easiest travel destination. My light hair seems to shout my displacement, and my developing, but still very lacking Spanish, puts me in a bit of a disadvantage.
My worrying family and friends also seem to be put at ease if they know I am not completely on my own. The travel buddies did not work out, so I decided to try something completely different and seek out a group I may meet up with. ...
... although all drivers escaped unharmed, the final accident bringing out a red flag to stop the race with 8 laps to go. That decision meant that there were 6 green flag racing laps to the finish and the 200,000 plus crowd were rewarded with the second closest finish in race history with American Ryan Hunter-Reay taking the victory. Dinner was at Lindo Mexico where I ate Chorri-Pollo, a dish of chicken, chorizo, beans, rice and tortillas. Top temperature today was ...
... park. Covered bridges are built to protect the wooden bridge deck from the weather. From Columbus is was back north to my home for two nights at the Red Rood Inn motel in Greenwood, Indiana, but not before driving through another covered bridge, the. Bean Blossom bridge, locate just north of Nashville, Indiana. Dinner was taken at the China Wok in Greenwood where I had Sesame chicken before retiring ready for an early start to get to the speedway on Sunday. Temperatures peaked at 81F ...
... all drivers were unharmed, but the cars were a little worse for wear… You can see our video in the photo section. The restart was a rolling start, I don't think they wanted to risk losing any more cars..
The race itself was an incredibly noisy blurr of flashing colours and whining engines… Loved it !!
One funny situation arose when I left Brad in the grand stand and went in search of a beer and corn dog.. Hey, before you ...
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