Lowndes Grove Plantation
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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Friday 5 June
(E) Donna and I had to be up at 3 am in the morning to get to the airport for our international flight to Vancouver, Canada
(D) so I am full of joy at 4AM driving down my residential street on my way to pick up ...
... just 1861-65 but others which have taken place. The fort as it stands now is in its third guise, the first took a battering that lasted 562 days, this level of bombardment pretty much demolished it. As a result of the re building it is now not as big now as it once was, when you go around the museum on site and look at the various pictures and paintings, it appears to be 4 or 5 stories at one pint but now it's just 2 or 3 at best. From the fort we also see birds diving ...
... the bus with 5 minutes to spare. It took us much less time to get back to the hotel as we didn't have any traffic issues.
Larry and I went up to the Harbor View for a drink. Larry had a Westbrook Brewing IPA local beer and I had a margarita. I checked my email and looked at Facebook. It is such a stunning view from there. Mark and Stephen were there having drinks too and we talked with them for a while. We told Mark we would like to go to Ireland ...
... the lamb and before dessert. Here is the menu:
Roasted Beets and Labneh
Za'atar, Pistachios, Pomegranate Vinaigrette
Trimbach Pinot Gris "Reserve" Alsace 2011
Alabama White Sauce, Creamed Corn
Vigneau-Chevreau Vouvray "Close De Rougemont" Loire Valley 2011
Romesco, Parsley-Garlic Purée, Grilled Scallions
M de Minuty Rosé Cites de Provence 2013
Atlantic Striped Bass
Fregola Sarda, ...
... Spicy Chick Pea Tacos.
Ruby had a bit of a "meltdown" from exhaustion. Quietly sobbing in the corner, her Mom asked her what was wrong. "I miss Che! He was my friend and he loved to play with me, he was so little and so cute!" She was sobbing. Che was Jim and Donna's dog who the Bradford family took care of one weekend. Ruby loved him and Che loved her. They were both young and it worked. She has never forgotten him and her parents tell me this ...