The Thompson House Bed and Breakfast at Harmony Hills
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... br> Monday
5:30 Rise and shine!
5:45 Run in Central Park
6:30 Head back to hotel, stop at Starbucks
6:45 – 8:00 Get ready for the day!
8:15 Catch subway to Cookshop for breakfast (reservations at 9:00)
9:30 Walk to Battery Park for 11:00 Statue of Liberty (print tickets)
1:00/1:30 Take subway or boat across to Brooklyn for ...
We are a party of four, who love to laugh, eat, exercise and give thanks. I can't think of a more wonderful group to spend 4 days with in NY city! Will post itinerary soon but it will be exhausting, exhilarating and exactly what we need! Love to my special ...
I was driving from Columbia SC to Stokes County, NC to meet my friend Lee who was driving from Northern VA. He got to the campground first but it was closed. His phone had no service so he had no way to contact me. He stopped at a farmers market to ask around in order to try and find another campsite because everything was booked due to the holiday weekend. The first person he talks to is Ronda, the county commissioner. With no hesitation she said we could camp ...
... tiger swallowtail butterflies here, taking advantage of what flowers there were. Soon we came to what used to be the restaurant and gift shop that are now closed then crossed the parkway and walked past the also-closed lodge. Apparently budget cuts and a lack of private partnerships have shuttered these amenities. Past the lodge, we stopped at the Wildcat Rock Overlook and had lunch here. This spot had perhaps the best ...
... weekend for the hike as the flowers were in peak bloom and were absolutely gorgeous. The hike down into the gorge actually took longer than the strenuous hike up because we were stopping so frequently to see the flowers. Near the bottom, we stopped for a break at the “Rock Castle”, a large pile of enormous boulders. The gorge’s name comes from the shape of certain rocks in the gorge that ...