I wrote something similar in the guestbook in our room to pay homage to the good old GG
Anyways, where was I? Yes, we should have known better but we thought it'd be fun. Mistake # 1- picking a B&B in the middle of nowhere. Ours was literally on a farm, animals included. This guy walked right up to us as we walked out of our room.
Anywhere we wanted to go was at least 20 minutes away, and it was nearly impossible to find somewhere good to eat dinner. We ended up finding some weird restaurant to eat our Valentine's meal at.. I think I got mozzarella sticks? Then we went to the movies, and back to the B&B. There was seriously NOTHING TO DO. Everything in the area was closed, not that there was much to do anyways.
Mistake # 2- Picking a place that made you have your breakfast at EIGHT A.M. Yea, and if you weren't up and in the breakfast room by like 5 minutes til, they knocked on your door to remind you. Ugh and going right along with that, Mistake # 3- picking a place that made you eat at an elementary school cafeteria-style table, right next to other people with their PJs and morning breath. Nothing like eating breakfast (which, by the way, was one size fits all-- there was no menu, they didn't let you choose!) with people you don't know while you can see their underwear. That's a good time in my book. Except nobody saw our PJs because we are civilized people who come to breakfast in our clothes.
Anyways after breakfast we hightailed it out of there.. after I took Brian's picture with this angry mini horse. So random. I'm not going to say which B&B we went to because it was nice for a B&B I think. Maybe this is just what B&Bs are like and some people must like them but it was just not for us! Never again! The only word I can think of to describe our entire experience is awkward. Have you ever been to a B&B? Was your experience as awkward as ours?
This wasn't from that weekend but my hand was so awkward in this pic that I felt it was only appropriate to include it