- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... goals, but I knew it was time to think differently when I witnessed my sister have a successful student exchange time in Germany during the school year of 2011-2012.
That was my first spark to look toward a school year in Europe as an alternative to the normal choice for an ambitious student such as myself. This was when my idea became a dream, I was open to my parents about my grand plan to spend ...
... at the beach again. We watched the surf, and birds for almost an hour before deciding the hotel was starting to look good. As we headed for the hotel dinner became a problem. What to have with only two choices? We reluctantly decided on the "American Embassy". We turned into the McDonalds parking lot to find two ponies looking over the fence from next door. After spending a couple of bucks on corn for the ponies we got dinner, and headed for the hotel to call it a ...
... then took off for Assateague Island Lighthouse to shoot photos of us. After shooting those works of art at the lighthouse we headed for the beach. We sat at the beach for a few hours critiquing everything from the birds to bathing suits. This led to our major moaning about our trip being over, and tomorrow we head for home. Donna was getting tired, so we headed in the direction of the hotel. However, we drove through ...
Although our departure date was looming, the wonder was certainly not going to end yet! We met up with the wonderful Deb and Steve at Asateague Island to try again to visit it and see the wild horses. Last year politics had closed the Island – they can't hold good Brits and their US buddies down – we were back! It was wonderful. The sunshine smiled lovingly on us and we cycled for miles around the islands, walked on the ...
... halfway down the walk we could see ponies in the distance. Sure enough, we had found some of the Wild Ponies of Assateague. According to Uncle Pete, they are one of the only remaining herds of wild horses in America. They were off in the distance but we snapped several shots and were amazed at the few that appeared to be standing in the middle of the bay. It was at this point that the kids started to become very excited about the big adventure we were on. ...