Resort and Conference Center at Hyannis
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There was a welcome reception for us when we arrived which was nice. Dinner and breakfast were a little expensive and we were a captive audience---nowhere else to go. The bathroom was quite large compared to the last hotel we stayed in. Beds were comfortable enough and Wifi was good though a bit slow. They actually charged for coffee in the morning.
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After breakfast in the hotel, we began our full-day excursion to Martha's Vineyard which started with a fairly long bus ride to Woods Hole …
"Reader! History records no nobler venture for faith and freedom than that of this Pilgrim band. In weariness and painfulness in watchings often, in hunger and cold they laid the foundations of a state wherein every man through countless ages should have liberty to worship God in his own way. May their example inspire thee to do thy part in …
... assistance from me only when absolutely necessary ) has torn out the basement bedroom ceiling and replaced it with drywall. Repainting and recycling of the living room carpet was completed just in time for a full house of guests for Simon's life long friend Adam's wedding. The groom and his Dad Cec and dog Rugby joined Simon and Leila here for the wedding and Laurence too. Conor, Amanda, Maddie and Aurora stopped by for a Maddie birthday so it has been a ...
... few places in the United States where this is the case.
From Lancaster County, we circumvented the Pennsylvania/New Jersey/New York megalopolis, and spent three nights upstate, in the Hudson River Valley. This gave us the opportunity to visit a number of contrasting attractions. Hyde Park was the home, and is the resting place, of Franklin Delano Roosevelt, or FDR, the 32nd president. The house, library ...
... with around 14,000 acres being used. They are harvested in the autumn.
A lot of the
homes have great character, being built with shingles, something that is not
seen back home. As the shingles age
they transgress from the blond wood look to become silver/grey. Well I have to say that most of the homes in
the USA are of timber exterior walls compared to our brick veneer homes.