Crow's Nest Resort
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- Free parking
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... cosmetologist can get a licence to tint eyelashes and eyebrows, she explained. Of course. How silly of me to expect anything less. After all, this is America. I thought Sioux was setting herself up for disappointment with her expectations of Cape Cod and these quaint houses lining up along the beach but I'm keeping my head down and not saying anything after yesterday's drive. I was also surprised to find that Sioux has her eye brows and eye lashes tinted, I thought ...
Having had quite enough of winter, yak tracs, frozen garage doors, ice dams, single lane roads and sub freezing tempertures we decided to leave a day early and get outta town and head to warmer climes. Drove around NYC on the Merritt Parkway to the New Jersey Turnpike. Made it as far as Richmond Virginia and heavy commuter traffic around DC and Richmond before stopping for the ...
... list of places we might want to eat and found an Italian bakery that is highly recommended later on our route. Could we wait? We must!
We walked along the side of the Old North Church, the oldest church building in Boston. There were a group of men all dressed in colonial dress just leaving the church. They were obviously re-enactors but it was good timing for us to take pictures at this historic place. It was from this steeple ...
... treat here and there to make a child happy; break the rules now and then.
History is too easily forgotten, rewritten, mis-told, and misunderstood. Textbooks don't really get it right. What is right? History is a bunch of stories made up from one person's perspective. There are multiple perspectives to any story told and they are all valid history. Always, always question the histories you are told and read about.
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... we need to replenish the empty fridge and our empty tums.
A random choice of exits dumps us into the parking lot of “Wholefoods Market”. Turns out to be a supermarket quite the size of any respectable Countdown (NZ), Waitrose (UK) BUT stocked with nothing but organics. Bliss! Gaby’s fridge, freezer and everywhere else soon bulging, and our appetites sated by delicious store-baked pizza.