Hollister Hill Farm B&B
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Microwave in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... way to wrap up our visits to national parks. I remember as a kid going to see train and trolley museums and my father building a big HO train set in the basement. After he moved to Oregon one of the first things he did (after Crater Lake) was to take us to the Medford Railroad Park. Now that the hotels are all booked, we started looking into "what to do" when we're not visiting a national ...
We're going to Nashville! Made reservations last night just outside in the town of Springfield. Something less than $100/night including tax. (And 4.5% cash back from Ebates!) Nashville was WAY too expensive. I think the lowest price we found was $166 and it was an Econolodge!
Next up, Louisville. Going to see the ponies at Churchill Downs.
Speaking of Churchill Downs, Happy Kentucky Derby Day! Did you watch? Who did you pick to win? I ...
This trip planning is hard work! We've been at it for weeks. Sorry there aren't any blog posts detailing everything we've been up to, but frankly this was the last thing on my mind.
You can check out the map if you want to see our itinerary. No, we're not moving to Hershey PA, that's just as far as we've planned out so far. Like it or not, our jobs are expecting us back in ...
... lake began was not worth the risk. It was a beautiful island and would be very pretty in all seasons.
After Acadia (and 4 nights in a row of sleeping in the van, which is well shy of last trips record, we must be getting old!) we were very excited to be heading to New Hampshire, the land of no tax, for a hotel and 2 days shopping. Suffice to say we shopped till we dropped. By the end of it we were quite exhausted ;-).
Boston was ...
That time of the season when everything falls to rise again......nature at its best!!!
Vermont is a state in the northeastern U.S. known for its natural landscape, which is 75% forest. It's also known for a major producer of maple syrup. Thousands of acres of alpine terrain make it a popular New England winter destination for skiers and ...