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... to keep looking in case I find something cheaper. I enjoy a pleasant evening stroll around the town before crossing the river where I find a nice cheap hotel--plus a carryout food joint (common here in Portugal) where you can buy a ready made meal of salad, chicken, rice etc to take home with you for just a couple euros.
Tomorrow I'll explore this town properly.
Next morning go up the the roof of the hotel to enjoy ...
... from house to house, and there were leafy trees leaning over the streets and sidewalks and people sitting out on their front porches. It felt like "Small Town America," whatever that is. The little downtown area was cool. It felt half historic, half touristy (which is pretty much how most historic sites in this country feel nowadays), with some shops and restaurants mingling with exhibits and plaques describing different things of note. The overall effect wasn't bad, though, and I ...
In Texas we are lucky to make it to another big city in one day. Today we were in 6 states. Virginia, West Virginia, Maryland, Pennsylvania, New Jersey & New York. Four of those in just an hours time. Crazy! We got a late start this morning, thank you black out curtains! Hit the road and headed to Hershey, PA to visit Chocolate World. We took the ...
... acres that William Fairfax had inherited. In subsequent years he and his family members became the biggest landowners in the area although George was an absentee landlord. They have some original Washington documents (will and letters), wagon that carried John Brown to his hanging and Civil War items since this area was in the middle of Union and Confederate areas. They have local memorabilia including White House and personal items from Harriett Lane ...
... flock of 30 Rhode Island Red hens, three Boer goats, two alpacas (Ceasar & Noah) and some rabbits. First some of us got to clean up after the Alpacas and put the manure on the garden. Then, Junior put a halter on Ceasar so we could all feel how soft his coat was. Stewart held the other animals so all could touch them. All the animals were friendly — even the Alpacas who are known to spit.
Our big project for the day was fixing ...