Inn at Whitewing Farm B&B
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... then headed to 38th St. We walked from 11th Ave to 6th Ave on 38th St and still NO sign of the Comfort Inn. We were getting very frassled by now and tired. So we decided to get a taxi back to the apartment and check the address property. Well, what do you know the Comfort Inn was indeed on 48th St between 10th and 11th Ave, where we were originally. We couldn't understand how we could have missed it. Off we walked again and arrived at ...
So it’s the first day of summer and we are ready to PARTY! Well
party like rocks do. We knew that we would be helping. We didn’t know that it
would be in the BOYS BATHROOM. We were so surprised two girl rocks in a boy’s
bathroom. We helped decorate and if we do say so our self it looked rocking.
The people there were dot really nice. I mean we were there to help and give
our time don’t be mean to use. We did get ...
... striking Rocky poses at the top. There was some lovely views over the city from the top. As we were right by Fairmount Park we took a walk along the river past the boathouses. There was still lots of traffic but it was nice and relaxing and good for people watching the joggers and cyclists. We were absolutely shattered after walking about 8 miles in total today so headed into TGI Fridays for happy hour. Alan's coors light was cheaper than my Pepsi ...
... started crying of joy, and when I stepped out of the RV I actually did! Max was not at all what I expected. Mom said that he was in great shape and he was not sick, but when I saw him he was fat and his ears were infected! Now my least favorite part of the trip comes: unpacking. I had to bring a lot of things up from the RV and put them in the kitchen. It was a wreck. By the way, the kitchen looked pretty good ...
... re-enter school where they left off in the 6th, 5th, and 4th grades respectively. While they are not in the classroom, they will spend the year experiencing first hand what they currently read in books and study on maps, and keep a daily travel log that tracks the journey and their perspectives and observations. We will use this blog to captures some of these observations and to share thoughts, pictures, and videos with friends and family. ...