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Morticia

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England, France & Canada this morning at one time. One lone American. England and Canada are still out there royal-bashing. Ar least it's their own royals they're bashing.
 

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My family from Denmark were there for 3 years - he is in the Brit diplomatic corps - and are in the process of moving back to London. They are going across the States to visit friends (Massachusetts then to DC to see sites then here as a stop on the way to KY to visit a friend) and her family. She is from Arizona originally. NIce family.
 

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That is so cool. I would have loved it!
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My family from Denmark were there for 3 years - he is in the Brit diplomatic corps - and are in the process of moving back to London. They are going across the States to visit friends (Massachusetts then to DC to see sites then here as a stop on the way to KY to visit a friend) and her family. She is from Arizona originally. NIce family..
Are they coming here? We have someone from Denmark checking in tomorrow. Just a couple, though - I think. There are expat Brits staying in another room for two nights.
 

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My family from Denmark were there for 3 years - he is in the Brit diplomatic corps - and are in the process of moving back to London. They are going across the States to visit friends (Massachusetts then to DC to see sites then here as a stop on the way to KY to visit a friend) and her family. She is from Arizona originally. NIce family..
Are they coming here? We have someone from Denmark checking in tomorrow. Just a couple, though - I think. There are expat Brits staying in another room for two nights.
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No. Heading to Louisville and then on the Durango where they rented a house. Her family is all gathering for a week - no one in their right mind wants to go to Pheonix in July.
Extremely polite kids. The 5 year old came down and "chatted" with me while I made breakfast this morning. She watched me make the oven and then the English muffin bread.
 

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My family from Denmark were there for 3 years - he is in the Brit diplomatic corps - and are in the process of moving back to London. They are going across the States to visit friends (Massachusetts then to DC to see sites then here as a stop on the way to KY to visit a friend) and her family. She is from Arizona originally. NIce family..
Are they coming here? We have someone from Denmark checking in tomorrow. Just a couple, though - I think. There are expat Brits staying in another room for two nights.
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No. Heading to Louisville and then on the Durango where they rented a house. Her family is all gathering for a week - no one in their right mind wants to go to Pheonix in July.
Extremely polite kids. The 5 year old came down and "chatted" with me while I made breakfast this morning. She watched me make the oven and then the English muffin bread.
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Yeah, ours don't have kids. Our first guests from Denmark that I know of.
 

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Last night I asked if they ate venison sausage and almost fell over when they said yes. Then discovered all the sausage is in the freezer locker but i had venison brats so served them with the egg bake. They liked them.
 

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My family from Denmark were there for 3 years - he is in the Brit diplomatic corps - and are in the process of moving back to London. They are going across the States to visit friends (Massachusetts then to DC to see sites then here as a stop on the way to KY to visit a friend) and her family. She is from Arizona originally. NIce family..
Are they coming here? We have someone from Denmark checking in tomorrow. Just a couple, though - I think. There are expat Brits staying in another room for two nights.
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No. Heading to Louisville and then on the Durango where they rented a house. Her family is all gathering for a week - no one in their right mind wants to go to Pheonix in July.
Extremely polite kids. The 5 year old came down and "chatted" with me while I made breakfast this morning. She watched me make the oven and then the English muffin bread.
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Yeah, ours don't have kids. Our first guests from Denmark that I know of.
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muirford said:
Yeah, ours don't have kids. Our first guests from Denmark that I know of.
INTERESTING INNKEEPERS! We had our first from Denmark a month ago. HM, perhaps some marketing is going on there of our region??? I know ours went to Savannah as well.
 

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My family from Denmark were there for 3 years - he is in the Brit diplomatic corps - and are in the process of moving back to London. They are going across the States to visit friends (Massachusetts then to DC to see sites then here as a stop on the way to KY to visit a friend) and her family. She is from Arizona originally. NIce family..
Are they coming here? We have someone from Denmark checking in tomorrow. Just a couple, though - I think. There are expat Brits staying in another room for two nights.
.
No. Heading to Louisville and then on the Durango where they rented a house. Her family is all gathering for a week - no one in their right mind wants to go to Pheonix in July.
Extremely polite kids. The 5 year old came down and "chatted" with me while I made breakfast this morning. She watched me make the oven and then the English muffin bread.
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Yeah, ours don't have kids. Our first guests from Denmark that I know of.
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muirford said:
Yeah, ours don't have kids. Our first guests from Denmark that I know of.
INTERESTING INNKEEPERS! We had our first from Denmark a month ago. HM, perhaps some marketing is going on there of our region??? I know ours went to Savannah as well.
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Interesting thing - they arrived with a new Select Registry book (just got to us the first week of July) with three stamps in it already from their travels, so they are clearly using it to book their stays. Also, not booking too far in advance - this rez came in on Sunday.
 

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