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Lesson learned: Stay at least three nights!

June 16, 2006




Recently, my husband and I vacationed at a B & B in Magnolia Springs, Alabama. It truly was an experience in Southern Hospitality. The house was over 100 years old, and we received a personal tour of it, followed by staying in a comfortable room, eating scrumptious, healthy breakfasts, relaxing on the front porch and spending time in the nearby vicinity. We even got to enjoy a resident peacock who moved there after Hurricane Ivan!

The only problem was that once my husband relaxed it was time to go. The first morning, despite being 9 miles from the ocean in sweltering June heat, he was in long pants and on one of his phones doing business. Morning number two found him much more relaxed–in shorts and off the phone. Unfortunately, it was time to pack up and head home. Lesson learned: stay at least three nights!

Note: I recommend this location to those traveling without children.

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