Walla Faces Inns at the Vineyard
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... airfield, as they had the fuel I needed. It was quite a long runway, in the middle of a farming area, and the grass was longer in some spots than others.
The flight had gone well. I kept a steady flow of bite snize snacks, an apple, some nuts or a muesli bar, and drank about 3 litres of water, nearly a gallon. It was pretty cold crossing the Rockies, so deployed gloves, scarf ...
... Harper. She loves to garden and so do I. And she has short grey hair like mine!
So in planning our trip to Morocco, it only seemed natural that as long as Doug and I were already across the North American continent as well as the Atlantic Ocean that we make time to visit Frauke in Hamburg.
And that dear friends is the whole truth and nothing but the truth, so help me God!
BACK IN THE DAY, way back in the last century when I was a 20-year-old college student at the University of Michigan, I went on a post-Christmas U of M Ski Club trip to Switzerland with two of my friends from Michigan State. After the ski trip ended, the three of us stayed in Switzerland to attend the Eurocentre in Lausanne with the sole purpose of studying French. We definitely studied French--for one quarter at least--but we learned ...
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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... which I like, and can be purchased by the bottle at many price points. So while we were there I went with the old adage to buy neither the cheapest nor the most expensive, but somewhere in the mid range, which for me meant 1-2 Euros above the cheapest. I was never disappointed by a 6-7 Euro bottle of rose.
I also came to love Italian food and the way the menus are structured. Most restaurants offer a full five course meal, which I never ...