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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... coffee and a nightcap for me. A couple of roasted marshmallows and spider dogs and it is the end of a long day. Bedtime: 12:15 a.m. and everyone is drunk! A great way to finish off the last night of vacation!! Update on the wine situation: it looks as though we calculated pretty well because we are coming home with only one small bottle! (it would have been one each but we all took one for the team tonight and had an extra bottle!). Told you we were all drunk! ...
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... of the lake in the winter time. Likely some great skating around this area! A bit too cold for our liking though. Haha!
Other than that it was 2 days of rest and relaxation.. Sitting in the sun, enjoying the view from our trailer. Maybe a beverage or two.. :)
... re at a hotel, you are, in fact, a tourist. ---The menu is as thick as War and Peace Extra run-for-the-hills points if it’s laminated and is spiral-bound like your Five Star notebook from middle school. Also, food that doesn’t just hit one genre in particular, but rather covers a wide spectrum, from breakfast burritos, to deep-dish pizza, to wonton soup and beef with broccoli -- that's a telling sign. Unless this is a Cheesecake Factory, of course. ...
... away from PEI the sky transitioned from grey to a light blue and the sun began to shine brightly in the sky. The beams of light highlighted the colours of the leaves providing us with an enhanced visual experience. The endless combinations of coloured dots, like a giant Monet canvas, provided us with amply stimulus to survive the 5 hour drive. We couldnt believe how much change had occurred in the leaves within the last week when we were here last. We thought we had struck it ...