Bowen's by the Bays
- Tennis Court
- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking rooms
- Room service
- Non-smoking hotel
- Outdoor pool
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We are excited and looking forward to our next adventure to Morocco. This is a trip that we have wanted to do for some time. We will visit ancient cities with medinas, walled with maze-like streets, village oases, and nomadic tribes that still roam the Sahara. Our tour will take us to many geographically diverse areas: the Atlas and Rif Mountain, the Sahara desert (where we will spend 2 nights in a ...
We are happily anticipating our next trip. This time it will be a river cruise! We will be flying to Brussels and boarding our ship in Antwerp. The map below shows our 14 day route on the Rhine and the Mosel Rivers.
We will then travel by motor coach from Basel to Lucerne where we will be exploring the Alps for 5 days. On October 29th we will return home in ...
... totalled 13 with 8 lost by one bloke who'll remain anonymous, can't believe you lost 8 Grub. Handbag Award - Grub for loosing 8 balls and not reaching 20 points. Sorry Grubby but it was by consensus. End of play 6 hours later and the 3 Peas have it won. WELL DONE. Great scores today by Krohnny 36, Lairdy 35 and Pro and Dunners 32. Its all over WOW, great fun, best courses, good mates and best ever weather. Thanks to all involved, now its pack time head to the airport and home ...
... and now also borders Sebonack Golf Club, which opened in 2006.Construction of the golf course was supervised by Seth Raynor, a local civil engineer from Long Island who went on to design several golf courses of his own, including the Fishers Island Club. The National Golf Links of America was selected as the host of the 2013 Walker Cup in September 2008.In 2009, "The National" was ranked 15th in ...
... succumbed to a bronchial disorder within hours of their birth. It made me keen to explore New London to see if there was any trove of meaning beyond of what I'd normally dismiss as a curious coincidence.
As it turned out, none. Mind you, it's not like we had time to dust for finger-prints. We were gone the next day, up the 95 heading for lunch in the sweet town of Providence. Over a swell alfresco Italian meal we reflected on the former whaling town of New London, ...