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Travel Blogs from Lenox
... hammer day to get to everything else. Temps were in the mid to upper 80s most of the day. I did a good job staying hydrated via 3 long pulls from the CamelBak every 15 minutes. I used the Elixer stuff which seemed to keep my electrolytes balanced well. In comparison to when I did a similar trip in 2009 (CHM to West Hartford, CT) on the ST, today felt better even though the other trip was in the low 70s. Kettlebell conditioning works better than cycling for motorcycle ...
... children and use the climbing wall and high ropes equipment; and are busy teaching and organising activities all day errr day. The weather has been crazy... hitting 90 degrees one day and having hurricane warnings the next. We are currently enjoying our second bottle of wine and enjoying our 24 hours of peace before we have to come back to ...
... and sister-in-law? We enjoyed a few delightful hours eating breakfast on the porch, drawing, and chatting before it was time to make the final drive on to Plymouth to return our Bessie. Thanks Jer and Delise for welcoming us back to our home state and with wonderful hugs and enthusiasm. Thanks, too, to my brother Jeremy for being my most faithful blog follower. It was such a boost every time we got a comment from you along the way. We love you guys!!!!
... next co-ordinates in to the GPS and headed off.
We put Bennington in as our destination for the night, so that was our direction. Over the mountains and through the winter time snow fields. Lunch was another cute little town called Ludlow. Another deserved break after almost 2 hrs of driving. Bec took the wheel after about 15 minutes for me to have a bit of a sight seeing break. We continued down the other side of ...
... 160;I also got a women's backpack to use as my airplane carryon versus normal rolling bag tend to use. Trying to pack light because of the long trip, many transfers, and tight quarters in the RV and on cruise ship. We were spoiled last cruise as had a HUGE family promenade room on Freedom of the Seas. This time will just be a D1 balcony on the "hump," but it is our first balcony ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking