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... so I got to see the ocean view in NB which are often obscured by a thick morning fog.
We arrived at Alpine Valley campground at 7 pm and managed to pitch our tents before dark. We had a lovely meal at the restaurant. I had baked salmon and it was delicious as were the vegetables and salad. Now I need to go into food coma before morning comes.
... d never happen again. I've been quite ill this past week. I had the flu for a week, pretty much once I arrived at Camp. As its eased off slowly, I've been left with a really nasty cough that must irritate my fellow cabin mates, as it keeps me up almost all night. That, or I'm allergic to the pollen from the trees in the cabin area. I have to stand upright and guzzle water to stop choking. Hope it's gone by next week. I had the first night watch on Monday night; where ...
... and went the wrong direction out of the park. We did stop at a welcomed sign on the road that said wood for sale. 3 dollars a bundle sure beat the 6 and 7 dollars the state parks were charging. We then pulled into a restaurant called Tony’s for a drink, which lead to a wonderful pizza made with homemade crust. I told Kelsey it reminded me of Marilyn’s handmade pizza crust, mmmm. It was a retiree fest at Tony’s; a solo music ...
... Rachel and Marley arrived shortly after that and explained one van was for their luggage and the other for them. They quickly realised their mistake and went into panic mode. The bus ride back to a Camp must've been agonising until they saw their luggage again. Today a large group of female staff arrived from their bus ride from New York, and the rest of Camp were in on it. The plan was a bear attack and one of us go missing. So we went ...
... but thankfully I had two yoghurts in my fridge from the previous morning. I wasn't late checking out which was a relief, I got the shuttle to the airport.The majority of the bus were going on a cruise. The lady who sat next to me was really lovely to talk to. She asked about Australia's education system and we made the sad comparison of the two contrasts. Australian teachers have ****** pay. American teachers have to deal with ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed