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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... and gift shops. We had a walk around and then headed north. We cruised along the coastline - Sherrie had our first taste of the interstate (!) which was fun! We stopped at the famous Ipswich clambox and gawped at the length of the queue! Safe to say we hung around long enough for the photo op! However, longer still was the queue of cars to get into Ogunquit. We had Maine lobster, which was yummy (you get a plate, a lobster, a pot of ...
... Yellowstone National Park, Craters of the Moon National Monument, Mount Rushmore, Badlands National Park)
Other: Sawtooth National Forest and Sawtooth National Recreation Area (Idaho), Buffalo Gap National Grassland (South Dakota)
Wildlife: Elk, Yellow-bellied marmot, antelope, moose, mountain bluebird, deer, otter, water snake, buffalo, bears (grizzly?), golden-mantled ground squirrel, ...
... end? Where the first supports are? We figured we reasoned enough and left the truck for Goose Rocks Beach. It’s a beautiful beach, about 3 miles of sand and not crowded. There were still kids making me jealous on their boogey boards but when we stepped in the water I wasn’t quite so jealous. The water was like ice! Guess I’m spoiled by the pool and oceans in the south. We did ...
... 8217;. But it was Deborah, the assistant inn keeper at the Inn on Park Spring, who likely gave us such a good feeling about our Portland accommodation (and dining) experience. Deb remembered everything about us, from when Owen initially booked our room over the phone to the fact that Hayley was visiting from Australia. Customer service was at an an all-time high! After kick-starting our day on a great note, which included Deb’s ...
... were not up to par. They were frozen scrambled eggs which had been warmed up. Yuck! They also had French Toast sticks which rank right up there with me in the category of Eggo waffles, another item I never eat. Hopefully we make a rest stop soon so we can pick up a more palatable breakfast option. But, the rooms were clean, spacious and secure. So, a lousy breakfast isn't the be all and end all. The temperature this morning in Virginia was a balmy 32*F or 0*C....brrrrrrr! ...