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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... along the way so that we are completing Rotary's mission.
Although the road to my current point has been very long and filled with several small hurdles and challenges it has all been worth it because now my trip begins in only two short days. On the 25th of August I will embark on the greatest journey of my life. My starting point will be my own front door, from there I will travel to New ...
... somewhere around 12:30. After finding our hotel, and giving ourselves the guided tour of downtown it was time for lunch. It was either Subway, or McDonald's, our choice was limited. We decided on Subway, and the adventure began. I had to get the #1 idiot on the island making my sub. I ordered a footlong turkey sub. Well, Mr @$!& for brains starts putting two chicken breast on the sub. I had to tell him that wasn't turkey, so he takes it off. Next, ...
... refuge one last time. A few rabbits came out to tell us goodbye. Since we had to go by McDonalds on the way to the hotel a stop to feed the ponies was an absolute must. The main dominate pony was very happy to eat up $2.00 worth of corn. Since we were out of change we had to say goodbye. He wasn't happy. Once back to the hotel it was shower, dinner, and bed time before our long drive tomorrow. Oh by the way, without ...
... 8211; not able to say too much here but the recipients know when they will receive the co-ordinates but let’s just say that this beautiful and extraordinary area of the US MAY be a good place for one or two time capsules to be hidden! All too soon we had to move on and for the last time – oh, what a strange feeling – next step is home! Again, Steve and Deb were magnificent and invited us to stay on their ...
... Seashore to see the wild Chincoteague ponies. You may have seen a National Geo. show about these ponies. The local Virginia Fire Department rounds them up every year, swims them across the channel, and auctions them off. The money raised pays the expenses of the FD.
Our first stop, as always, is the visitor center. The ranger said we might have a good chance to see the ponies from ...