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June 24th, 2019

Grace Manor, Bed & Breakfast, Greenville, Florida, Historic Inn, Summer Travel 2019

I am not sure how my brother, Miguel, found this B & B. My nephew, Alonzo was graduating from Florida State University. As it happens, these large universities never seem to have a lot of hotels/motels in their towns. As graduation approaches everyone is scrambling to find a place to stay.

It is a Victorian Inn Circa 1898-1902. Located at 117 SW US 221 in Greenville, FL 32331-0087. Tel. 850-948-5352 You can find it on Facebook am Twitter. Website?

One of the very first things that attracted me to this historic inn was its balcony. It reminded me of balconies in Puerto Rico where I am from.

Some of the reviews say that it is in the middle of nowhere. The town of Greenville has seen better days. There is not much, that is for sure, but getting away to a place like this is definitely worth it. I think it is about 38 miles east of Tallahassee. I was fine with it. Check the website above given for more detailed information.

This area of Florida is great for road biking and the Grace Mannor Inn is perfect for a restful night. Make sure to call and make reservations. Besides the rooms there is a guest cottage, as well. Also make sure to check for the Murder Mystery Dinners. Apparently, they are very popular.

They have a great pool and the property is very well kept by Brenda, the Innkeeper.

I have yet to find a more comfortable bed than the ones at Grace Mannor. I think originally I checked but at the moment the brand escapes me. I know the company was in Georgia.

The dining room was so pretty and Brenda outdid herself with our breakfast. We stayed 2 nights and both breakfasts were to die for. By the way Brenda is a one woman show. She is the innkeeper, she keeps the grounds, she cleans, she cooks. At time she gets a little bit of help from the neighbors.

In the dining room there was the Missing Man Table, also known as the Fallen Comrade Table. This is a memorial set up in military dining facilities. It honors the fallen, missing, or imprisoned military service men/women.

I have been meaning to write a post about this Inn. It is one of those places that are so relaxing. A place to recharge.

Brenda’s cooking was all homemade and so delicious.

I hope that if you are looking for somewhere to stay in your Florida travels, that you check Grace Manor. You can bring kids too. The pool is great.

You can go sightseeing to Madison, Jefferson, and Taylor, Florida. We did.

Greenville, Florida, is where Ray Charles grew up. More about that later.

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November 12th, 2018

Travel, Hotel RIU, All Inclusive Resort, Ocean Front Hotel, Adults Only Resort, Paradise Island, Nassau, Bahamas, Chutney, Indian Restaurant, Girls Trip, What Happens on a Girls’ Trip, Stays on a Girls’ Trip


Mid October was our trip to the all inclusive RIU, adults only resort located in Paradise Island in the Bahamas.  It was going to be a big birthday for one of our friends and being that we are always in the mood for something exciting, we took off for a few days of fun and relaxation.  It is getting cold here at the Delaware Beaches and my thoughts go back to those few days where the appreciation of the bluest waters of the Bahamas come to mind.

It took some time to make a decision where to go.  We wanted something easy to get to from Salisbury, Maryland.  Hard to get everyone on board but thanks to Cindy McCabe of Bethany Travel located in Millsboro, Delaware, we were able to make up our minds.  Sun, blue waters, good food, drinks were in the requests.  Their tel. in case you find yourself in this predicament is 302-933-0955.

The following photo is the group, leaving at the crack of dawn from Salisbury, Maryland, to Charlotte, NC, and then to Nassau.  We were sitting on the beach by 2 p.m.

Guess what?  American Airlines sang Happy Birthday to our friend and so did every restaurant and place we visited.  I think that traveling with a bunch of women is a lot of fun.  But, there are a few things we should have in mind.  You have to be open minded, be yourself, enjoy the time you have with friends.  We all have different personalities and when you travel you have to go with the flow.  At times you have to compromise too.

We did take a lot of photos.  The next one is us after we arrived at RIU, checking in and greeted with champagne.

Being that it was an all inclusive resort, you had food and drinks 24/7.  So on this trip diet, counting calories, were simply not allowed.  A few glitches with the rooms but finally we got all settled in.

This was my room and my view. No complaints there.

RIU’s entertainment was not good.  They do have a great setting so that should be something to improve, because people do want good singers and programs.

One restaurant that caught us by surprised was Chutney.  Truth be told, we really did not know how the food at Riu and its restaurants was going to be.  But, it was delicious.  Chutney is a tasting Indian Restaurant.

Traditional cold and hot appetizers, main courses and desserts.  Every dish was introduced and we all shared the bounty.  Good selection of wines, as well.  No rush, just a really nice evening.

Starting with a cold tomato soup….yes, it is that little glass on the photo.

A mix green salad, eggplant with yogurt and dill.  Hot appetizers like vegetarian Samosas, lamb Samosas, fish and Paneer Tikka.

We loved our table and our service.  Culinary Cudos to Chutney!!

For our Main Courses we had lamb curry, Tikka tandoori chicken, fish in coconut curry, Dal makhani and Basmati rice.

There was music, bangings and singing….. yes, for the birthday girl.  Dessert of Coco laddoo, Burfi which was squares with pistacchio,  Genoise with coconut and sweet potato pudding.

And a special treat for our friend.  To tell you the truth with all the commotion I did not get the details. LOL

So that was our beginning.  Until the next post, I remain.  Remember YOLO “you only live once”.


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August 13th, 2018

The Royal Cabana, Rehoboth Beach, Delaware, For Rent, Summer 2018, Summer Cottage, Old Fashioned Beach House, Rent by The Week in Rehoboth Beach, Sleeps 18, Large Group Rental, Ocean Views, Southern Delaware Beaches, SoDel, Old Rehoboth Beach House

I showed a friend of mine a photo of this house and he said “that’s a beach house”.  A house with casual imperfections.  You can relax and sit without having to worry that your sunscreen will stain expensive slipcovers.  Better yet, the old hardwood floors which have been tested through the years, still can handle some sand.  Sweeping might be a thing of the past but not on this “old beach cottage” we call the Royal Cabana.

Some of the old fashioned beach houses are disappearing in Rehoboth Beach, Delaware, just like they are disappearing in many beach communities throughout the United States.  We came to these houses for their simplicity, for the beach, to run around, have fun and relax.  Rehoboth Beach still has a few and if you want to experience old time charm, the Royal Cabana will be a good choice.  It has history, as well.  This house is well over 100 years old.  It was, actually, moved from Baltimore Avenue to Lake Avenue in the 1990s.  Yes, here in Delaware we move houses. If only its walls could talk.  I am sure they would be filled with stories from the families that called this beach house home. I call it a well lived home.

Located by the award winning Rehoboth Beach Boardwalk, it is a quiet street at night. During the day you can enjoy the beach, the kids can walk the boardwalk and go to Funland. On weekends, music by the Bandstand is always fun.  You can walk everywhere from this house.  Hit the 3 main streets in Rehoboth Beach; Baltimore Ave., Rehoboth Ave., and Wilmington Ave. for shopping, dining and listening to music on any given night. Or, you might want to enjoy the Porch and stay put.

A bird’s eye view from the second floor shows why this beach house has the perfect location.

A screened in porch in the back.

One of the joys of coming out of the ocean is taking a shower outdoors.

The Royal Cabana is pefect for multi-generational reunions, large groups, families, and friends get togethers.  I remember last year there was a bachelorette party that stayed at the beach house too.

It can sleep 18 people and everyone in their own bed.

When arriving at the Royal Cabana… and flowers on the table, old fashioned candy, and chips are welcoming after a long trip.


For more information, please email  This house is also listed on AirBnB.  Look for Rehoboth Beach House with an Ocean View.  It is hosted by Cabana Boy and he answers quickly.

As you enter Rehoboth Beach there is a sign that says it all.

Have a great time now and in the upcoming Second Season.



January 4th, 2017

Summer Travel, Conca dei Marini, Italy, Amalfi Coast, Hotel Belvedere, What Are You Waiting For? Costiera Amalfitana e Bella

Concai dei Marini is located in south western Italy.  It is on the hilly coast, between Amalfi and Furore.  In the Middle Ages it was trading base of the Republic of Amalfi.

An this is from the same angle the above photo was taken many years ago.

We were traveling from Terracina where we had spent a great week-end.  If you want to check that post click on September, 2016 and scroll down to the 6.  Driving in the Costa Amalfitana is an experience. The driver will not be able to do any sight seeing. It is a drive where the driver has to drive.  We did it but my friend, Judith, had done it plenty of times.

We arrived at Hotel Belvedere, located at Via Smeraldo, 19, 84010.  This hotel offers all rooms looking towards the Tyrrhenian Sea.  I had already been in touch with the Manager and Owner Mr. Antonio Barbero.  My friends have been staying there for a long time so it was like coming home.  Their website is

The inside of the hotel was comfortable and every day at 7 p.m. we would meet in the lobby for a little drink before dinner.

The Belvedere has a salt water pool….and yes they have elevators or plenty of steps for those who want to keep in shape after all the dining and wining.

The views from Hotel Belvedere are spectacular.  We met people that have been going there for so many years at the same time.  August is a big vacation month for Europeans.

In the mornings we would sit on the terrace overlooking those amazing views and soon the sea would be filled with boats and yatchs of all sizes.

And Giuseppe, the Maitre d’ was always there to welcome us breakfast, lunch and dinner.

It seems like everywhere we went in Italy there were fireworks, a celebration! Same thing happened in Conca dei Marini where the boat parade and fireworks began early in the evening.

Jumping into the Tyrrhenian Sea was an experience.  Looking at the rocks under the water….I was freaking out, but peer pressure won and I jumped just like everyone else.

Food is coming next….

Concai Dei Marini “For the Amalfi people who go to paradise, the Day of Judgement will be a day like any other day.”  Italian Writer, Renato Fucini


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July 18th, 2016

Hotel Gault, Old Montreal, Canada, Summer Travel, Boutique Hotel, A Shout to Their Staff!! “Houssman architecture influenced by contemporary Paris”


A week-end is not enough, but that is all we had.  You certainly need a few more days when visiting Montreal, Canada.  Even though I live at the beach and this is a destination for many, for some of us getting out of town is definitely the thing to do when the beaches get too crowded.  Summer travel is great.  Everyone does it.  I was reading an article the other day that you should try to visit a new place every month.  I am trying to, and it does not have to be far away, but if you can do it please do because traveling inspires you to explore, to see the world for what it really is, regarding of the news of the day.

The Hotel Gault is located at 449, Rue Sainte-Helene, Montreal, QC, H2Y 2K9  Tel. 514-904-1616 or 1-866-904-1616  Website?





As you can see from the photo taken outside of Hotel Gault, its architecture is classic.  They mentioned that it is “Houssman architecture influenced by contemporary Paris”.  Napoleon III brought Baron George-Eugene Haussman to bring order and structure to the chaotic, cramped Paris.

Very modern inside.  The hotel showcases contemporary art from local Quebec and Canadian artists.

The hotel only has about 30 or 35 rooms.  Ours was the apartment.  Room 410.  Huge.  It really was like an apartment.  Very comfortable with good lighting.




I am giving a shout to the staff and to the hotel guests.  Looking for my key in my pocketbook I left my wallet in a cubby by the hall.  A few hours later I got a call saying a hotel guest had returned it to the Front Desk.  I had no idea I had left it so you can imagine how appreciative I was.

Hotel Gault is open to the public for dining…breakfast, brunch and lunch.  The guests have 24 hour service.

Needless to say we had great service and the location was perfect.  We could walk to all the cafes, restaurants, and shops.  Loved Old Montreal!!

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September 11th, 2015

Destination? Reykjavik, Iceland, Where to Stay? Alda Hotel, How to Get There? WOW Air


If you had told me at the beginning of the summer that I would be going to Iceland on Labor Day, I would have thought you were crazy.  It really was not on my bucket list, even though for many it is.  Going to Iceland has gotten more popular than ever.  It is a destination, whether you are just staying there to enjoy what this beautiful island has to offer or if you decide that on your way to Europe you might want to make a stop-over.

Trying to fly the most direct route was easy.  From Rehoboth Beach, Delaware, our choices for airports are BWI or Philadelphia.  I decided to go on WOW from BWI, a direct flight of about 6 hours, to Keflavik which is the main airport in Iceland.  From there I booked my transfer to the hotel through the Gray Line,, to the capital city of Reykjavik.

I had no idea what WOW Air was.  This is an Icelandic low-cost airline that flies to Iceland from a number of European cities and started to fly from the U.S. this year.  They fly from Baltimore, BWI, and from Boston.  They told me that they are adding more cities.  It has become very popular because of the low fares.  You can buy extra room so you are more comfortable.  The airplanes are new, the staff is beautifully attired and very friendly.  You can either bring food onboard or you may also buy prepared sandwiches and other treats.  Everything you have to buy, including a bottle of water.  They have iPads for rent, as well.


This particular plane was the one I was about to board.  Its name was Freiya…Nordic Godess of Love.  A good start, I think.

We were suddenly awaken so that we could see the Northern Lights from the plane.  Sorry, not able to get photos.

I arrived at 5:30 a.m. their time. To exchange US dollars to the Icelandic Krona you can do so by using the ATM, when you arrive, while waiting for the luggage.  Also, there are more ATM machines right before you exit the building.  There is a bank with no commission taken which might be easier if you do not want to use the ATM.

Rainy, cloudy, windy…..that was the weather the whole week there.  But we managed to do the most important things.  Iceland is one of those places that you need to do all the outdoor activities.  You will also have plenty of time for shopping, dining, and dancing.


Alda Hotel has a large lobby, it is very colorful and modern.  A retro look.  It is located in Downtown Reykjavik.



Alda Hotel is located at Laugavegur 66-68 in Reykjavik.  It is only one year old.  Owned by a local tax lawyer who also has other businesses in town.  Alda Hotel is vey modern.  It only has 4 floors and 65 rooms.  Website?

There is the Barber Bar. And the Chocolate Bar.




Laugavegur street is a main street in Reykjavik.  Shops, restaurants and bars are located on this street.  Alda Hotel is located in the quietest part of the street.  Very convenient because all you have to do is walk out of the hotel and you are just ready to explore Reykjavik which by the way, it is very walkable.  You will not get lost.



Alda Hotel has a Barber.  It is unisex and very busy.


I was totally surprised when after checking in they gave me a Smart Phone for my personal use while in town.


My room was on the 4th floor.  The rooms on this floor have balconies with a panoramic view.  Between clouds and rain, here is one photo of the view from my balcony.


Here are some of the photos of my room.  Very comfortable with a large modern bath.




Alda Hotel offers breakfast.  I like to get out and about and try all the local restaurants but on my last day I did try it….the music was playing from the old fashioned record player.


The dining room was comfortable with plenty of light and breakfast for everyone.






Weather in Iceland is unpredictable.  Make sure you take a raincoat because it does rain a lot. Some of the locals mentioned that at times you can get different weather events in one single day.  While visiting during the first week in September it rained almost every day.  I suggest you book your tours as soon as you can.  I used the Gray Line above mentioned and they were great.

More posts from Iceland coming up….Have a good one…start planning your trip.  Iceland is the hottest place to visit now.  The staff at Alda Hotel was very helpful and friendly.

The Northern Lights are back at this time of the year.  The Reykjavik International Film Festival is at the end of September through the beginning of October.


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August 6th, 2015

Ocean City, Maryland, Sahara Motel, Oceanfront, The Boardwalk, White Marlin Open, Longboard Cafe, Barn 34, 24 Hours In Ocean City, Summer 2015


They say that during summer week-ends Ocean City, Maryland hosts between 320,000 and 345,000 vacationers.  Up to 8 million visitors annually.  Businessman Isaac Coffin built the first beach-front cottage in 1869 in order to receive paying guests.  Guests would arrive by stage coach and ferry.  The idea was to fish off the shore, and to enjoy the beautiful and long strip of sandy beach.  As it happens, soon after, others followed his lead and built houses on the strip of sand.  Then the development came as businessmen were attracted to the area.  Two hundred and fifty lots were cut into it; a corporation was formed to help with the development of the land.  And, the corporation stock of 4,000 shares were sold for $25 each.  The rest is history.


There is plenty to do in Ocean City.  The beach is so wide and very clean.  Early in the a.m. already visitors choose their spots.  Umbrellas up and they are all good to go.

I was spending 24 hours in O.C. with my friend, Cindi.  She and I were going to enjoy some of the activities that visitors love in this coastal resort.  We were staying at the Sahara Motel.  Oceanfront at the Boardwalk’s edge.  The Sahara Motel is located at 19th St. and Boardwalk.  It does have a very popular Cafe open for breakfast and lunch.  Tels. 410-289-8101, 1-800-638-1600.  Website?

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The Sahara Motel is a sister motel to:  Beachmark Motel, Tides Motel, Executive Motel, and Empress Motel & Apartments.  You can choose oceanfront, oceanview, poolside, west or tower building.  To see the other motels, please visit

The Ocean City Boardwalk is 2 1/4 miles.  Early in the a.m. walkers, bikers, and joggers take the opportunity to exercise while having the best view in town.



Sand Sculpting in OC

Sand Sculpting in OC

Just remember to touch at the end of the boardwalk to make sure your walk counts.


Turning around we went off for another 2 1/4 miles.  The Boardwalk was waking up.



You can still find some of those cottages that make you say Oh, So Cute!!  On the Boardwalk!


If you get tired of walking the Boardwalk, hop on the tram.  $3/person one way, but there are other deals available if you are spending the week.  Please visit http://www/


The 42nd Annual White Marlin Open takes place this time of the year.  August 3 – 7.  It is the World’s Largest Billfish Tournament with a purse of about $3.8 million dollars.  This year there were 370 boasts registered.   One of the activities for spectators is to go every afternoon to the Harbourside Marina to attend the weigh-in from 4 p.m. until 9:15 p.m.  Balancing the tip of the scale can make you a winner of lots of money.    Harbourside Marina is at 14th St and the Bay.  It gets crowded.  You can shop because there are plenty of vendors and you can also have something to eat and a few drinks, as well.




I bought the 2015 T-shirts but then we found a gentleman wearing one from 1988 when the purse was only $50,000.



It was a beautiful evening with plenty of boats in the marina and some were already getting ready for the next day of fishing.




The waiting was over.  Only 5 boats went out on Tuesday because of the 10 foot seas.  Finally, one of the boats, The Mahi, came in with a tuna.  The weight was 19 1/2 lbs.  If it had been 20 lbs. it would have won $12,000.


Friday, August 7th, is the last day.  If you want more info., please visit

Late night dinner at Longboard Cafe located at 6701 Coastal Highway was a good choice.  They are open for lunch and dinner.  A casual atmosphere, you may eat outdoors on their deck or inside.  Tel. 443-664-5639.  Website?


We sat at the better where we were able to see a very fast and busy bartender doing his best to keep everyone very well hydrated.


Chris Button was entertaining the patrons and he was excellent.


A Grilled Caesar for Cindi and I…it was good and plenty for sharing.


Halibut Mediterranean style for me with tomatoes, artichoke hearts, capers, lemon, wine and garlic pan sauce.  Nice white fish with a mild flavor.  Fish comes in fresh every day.


Cindi’s Wild Caught Salmon Filet was also very good…teriyaki sriracha lacquer, field greens, avocado, roasted corn, grape tomato, and a balsamic drizzle.


No need for dessert…

Getting up at 4:00 a.m. on Wednesday to go to the inlet and wish all those boats good luck was tough.  But we did it.  Hundreds of boats went out on Wednesday.


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Walking the OC Boardwalk to get energy for breakfast at Barn 34 located at 3400 Coastal Highway.  Tel. 410-289-5376.  Website?


Mary Anne, Mike, and Michael….The Lawsons!! Great to chat with them and to see them doing so well.  Barn 34 is open year-round for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.  It is casual…with a very friendly staff.


Cindi had The Beach Babe…Scramble eggs with sauteed onions, potato, red peppers, chorizo, stuffed into a flour tortilla, and topped with salsa and cheese.  Yum!!


I was sold the moment I heard that one of their specials was the Fried Green Tomatoes Benedict…..So delicious, the tomatoes perfectly cooked and seasoned.  Grits!!


It was time to head back to Rehoboth Beach….24 Hours in OC went by so quickly but that happens when you are in good company and having fun.  Until next time!!  Thanks Cindi!


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July 7th, 2015

Destination? Milford, Delaware, Causey Mansion Bed & Breakfast, Small Town America has its Charm!! Southern Delaware


Not sure if you got stuck in one of the traffic jams this holiday week-end.  If you did, I feel your pain.  Some of us that live here year-round take a road trip to other towns in Southern Delaware, where life is a little more calm during these holiday week-ends.  My destination with my neighbor, Chris, was the town of Milford, Delaware, known as The Heart of Kent and Sussex.  It is just less than half hour from Rehoboth Beach going north.


Milford is a community with respect for its past and great promise for the future.  It is the gateway to Southern Delaware.

For some years, Downtown Milford has been going through a revitalization, which brings residential streets in small towns back to life.  It has coffee shops, art galleries, restaurants, and a Riverwalk.


The Mispillion Riverwalk is a greenway space that preserves the town’s waterfront.  Milford has over 2 centuries of shipbuilding.  At one point there were 7 shipyards, located along this walk.  And, between 1680 and 1927 they produced over 600 wooden sailing ships.


The displayed boat sculptures around town are all decorated with the theme of Milford’s “River town”, “Art Town”, “Home Town”.


The inspiration was the Augusta, a private yacht built in 1927 at Vinyard Shipyard.  In 2010 it was restored to its original beauty.


I grew up in a small town on the eastern side of the island of Puerto Rico.  Sundays were so quiet.  You could take a leisure stroll through the town and maybe not see a single person.  Sundays were days for worship and family time.  Arriving in Milford on Sunday brought back those memories of so many years ago.  So, I took the photos of a quiet Sunday in Milford.





I remembered that a few years ago I stopped at this mansion to take some photos.  There was a “for sale” sign.  Well, let’s see what happened to this historic home.  First let me tell you a bit about this home.  It is on the National Register of Historic Places.  The original part of the house was built in 1763.  The rest in 1865.  It was the former home of two Delaware governors.


The address is 1 Causey Avenue, Milford, DE 19963  Tel. 302-422-0979  Website?


Delaware is becoming the place to retire.  Among the many benefits of living in this small state is the fact that our property taxes are low.  Jan Broulik and Joe Phillips decided that moving from the Chevy Chase area to Milford was going to be just perfect.  They are the new owners of the Causey Mansion.  We met Jan who took us through the gardens and gave us a tour of this historic home. Later on we met Joe.  Please visit the above mentioned website for more information on the history of Causey Mansion, rates, and events happening at the Mansion.  You may also find Causey Mansion Bed & Breakfast on Facebook.


They moved in and then their work has been non stop.  Jan loves to work in the garden and he is laying all the stone in the property.  Causey Mansion is the perfect place for a wedding so they are making it just right for that special event in someone’s life.


The Boxwood is over 150 years old, from some of the rooms you can see them.


At the present time there are 4 rooms for rent.  They are spacious and with their own bathrooms.  Following are 3 of those rooms.




Every nook and cranny has a story, just like every piece of furniture has one, as well.  The majority of the furniture is French, Japanese, and some Italian.



The Grand Piano caught our attention.  It was a 1904 Steinway Grand Piano.  Jan picked the music, sat down, and began to play All I Ask of You from Phantom of the Opera.  He brought us to tears.  The sounds were amazing.  It was truly so beautiful and totally unexpected.


Causey Mansion is a Greek Revival, Georgian Style home.  Governor Peter Causey modified it to Greek Revival when he lived in this house from 1849 to 1871.  He served as Governor of the State of Delaware from 1855 until 1859.  It is still believed that he roams around the home.  He is a friendly ghost


There is a dining room with a big round table for easier conversation.


And a friendly kitchen area.


The Causey Mansion is about 5,000 square feet so you will feel comfortable and at ease in any room.


Jan and Joe are so easy to talk to.  They have immersed themselves in the community and are enjoying the fact that Milford is now their home!!  Please stop by to see all the work they are doing to this beautiful historic home.  If you feel like getting away from it all…..then, make a reservation!!


Thanks Jan and Joe for making our day!!

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