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We're packed and ready to get on the road. We head to Saratoga, New York. Our hotel, the Saratoga Downtowner is a funky place. There's a 4 x12 foot pool in the middle of the motel with a greenhouse roof over top. We walked around this quaint town stopping at shops and riding the carousel. At our dinner spot, the Circus Cafe there was popcorn on the table for a snack. Will, Mei and I enjoyed a swim in the funky pool. ...
The aim today was to drive to the Green Mountains in Vermont - the **** sat nav we've hired likes to take us on long routes so today's drive was 6 hours long! This included driving the length of Manhattan in rush hour in heavy rain and getting lost in a car park. Luckily ...
... the included, breakfast buffet offerings. Maura soaked in a lilac infused bath, while I ventured next door to work out in my "private gym."
The Porches' Story is from their website: www.porches.com: The spectacularly located and formerly overlooked city of North Adams is being revitalized through ART—cutting edge, contemporary art, no less! And it has called to a few of us in a big way. Our hook was the block ...
... in just a few minutes. Kerry inflated the kayak and I hooked up the seats and paddles, and we were off. The dark water of the lake reflected the mountain above it and we passed some areas which were covered with flowering water lillies. Hard to find anything more relaxing. Returning home, a storm blew up and fate offered us a taste of our camping experiences to come- the electricity went out! Oh well- time for another great dinner out!
... is the highest peak in Massachusetts at 3,491 feet and one of those state high points with a road to the top. West Virginia, New Jersey, Tennessee, North Carolina, Arkansas, Oklahoma, New Hampshire are some of others I can think of where state’s highest point can be accessed by road. There’s no challenge in that but Graylock provides some gorgeous views in all directions on a bright sunny ...