Wilson Lake Inn
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... What is so funny? This place is awful!!" moaned Dawn. I told her, just look at the ceiling. This did not add to her comfort level. She did not sleep all that well that night, especially, after we discovered that the mattress had a vinyl or rubber like cover on it, and I told her that was so that they could hose it down once in a while. I did not sleep all that well, either, visiting the bathroom at fifteen minute intervals. Hard to imagine, but things went down hill from ...
... meeting some of Meg's friends whilst eating rare roast beef and drinking pumpkin beer in the sports hall that was transformed into a dining hall for the auction. Being at the school was a double bonus for me as I had volunteered there in the Athletic Training room 10 years ago. It had pretty much stayed the same and brought back fond memories. After a fun first catch-up night we all headed to Wayne to 'camp' (house on the ...
... that Portugal has to offer. One city calls itself the Venice of Portugal! Should be interesting. But first I will head 40 minutes west to Sintra a UNESCO World Heritage Site after that it is east to Evora another World Heritage Site with amazing castles and ancient ruins. I'll try to send lots of photos. Please remember this is all new to me so hopefully things will turn out ...
We had a great nights sleep and breakfast and were off to see the colors in Vermont. We noticed on a calendar of events that there was going to be an Autumn Festival in Sugar Hill, Vermont which was on our way to our stop for the night. The colors are really wonderful as we were getting into more elevation. We stopped at many pullouts to take pictures. We were not disappointed on all the great colors. I think we hit being here exactly right. When we got to Sugar Hill, we ...
... yellow, ochre, maroon, and peony (yup, I know my paint colors!) with only a smattering of deep greens of the evergreen trees peppered through the colorful trees. It was beautiful!
Upon driving into Quebec, we quickly realized that we had officially entered what felt like France. All the signs were in French, numbers that we are used to seeing periods are replaced with commas (Example: the cost for gas is 134,9 cents/liter) and when we stopped at gas stations, I had ...