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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... was also good but I wouldn't get it again. Two tapas were probably enough for us. They weren't small tapas like we've had at other places. They were about the size of appetizers, if not bigger. For dessert we got the chocolate tort and bread pudding. The topping on the chocolate torte was too rich, but once that was removed the mouse and graham cracker crust was really delicious. The bread pudding was also delicious. ...
... WOW, 8 games, two people playing two games each time at a dollar a game...yea it adds up but seriously had some fun. One of the vets hooked me up with some herb so of course, I LOVED the last three days we were there. My Dave barbecued a couple of nights and it was the bomb diggity....he can cook me a steak or ribs any damn time he wants...we just have to visit friends with grills.... Let me know if you all are up for a visit and have a ...
... were in such a rush. Hopefully I can get the photos from Elizabeth. Andrew received a card from Susan on The Isle of White, they both got on so well and had a soft spot for each other. Susan is on a stick and is elderly and travelled with her dear friend Ian. I was given a card from Ian and Pam in Albury and told there is a place to stay. They are travelling with a couple, the gentleman has a brain tumour and hasn't got too long, poor fellow. It was nice to see ...
... inhabit the land there. After an explore around and a wander through the woods I made my way back down the driveway and alongside the busy road to find the bus stop for home.
I waited an hour at the side of the road when a bus finally appeared and, although it said the wrong number, I checked it was headed downtown and boarded. I watched cautiously out the window at the vaguely familiar landscape and then after half an ...
... into the rice-growing low country. There was incredible traffic heading south along I-95 toward Florida. It seems I'm not the only one with this idea. We even sat in a few jams in what Andrew called "the middle of nowhere." My body and my mind was falling apart. We had to stop short of Florida so here we are outside of Savannah in comfortable beds but sans hot water. I microwaved a wet rag and put it over my swollen sinuses. ...