Butterfly Camping Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Pets allowed
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... Boston and New York is pretty forgettable and I say that because I don't recall it. (Worrying.) Until my GPS had a seizure. In the Bronx. I was in a traffic jam on a freeway that runs north-south past New York, inching my way south. In amongst all those tight, tall buildings, the stupid woman who lives inside the GPS in my iPhone lost her mind and told me to exit. I don't know New York well enough to argue with her, so I did ...
... the rides took about an hour to get on so only got 5 rides in all day. Ride called nitro was also sick, ed and I had front seats- long, fast coaster. Left finally at 9pm. Nick spent the day walking round in a daze surrounded by fat, greedy Americans. Actually saw on two occasions the ride get held up because someone was too fat to fit in the seat and had to get ...
... With the sun out, we dried in minutes. We then took a ride on the classic runaway train. The rollercoasters in America are bigger and better, certainly not for the faint hearted. Rach is a huge fan of the thrill rides deciding to have a go on all, joining Andrea and Al, her dad, with Nathan participating at times. The rides were incredible for Rach yet terrifying for Nathan, lasting almost three minutes. Again no queue to speak of, no time ...
... we stopped at the Christmas Tree Store. It's not just dedicated to Christmas but many other items including housewares, garden materials, and this time of year, Halloween decorations. There were some Christmas items, too. I bought some paperplates (50cents each), a cloth dish drainer and some salt wag taffy. Next, we stopped at the Hallmark store so Ingrid could buy a greeting card. We stopped to have dinner at Olive Garden, yummy. Then, back ...
... pan, every National Park in America as well as attend random festivals (who doesn't want to attend Maine's famous lobster festival or Colorado's fruit cake toss?) and of course visit our friends along the way.
Sadly, we have not won the lottery, we cannot dramatically quit our jobs and our dream of being America's next Lewis and Clark will have to wait. However, just because we ...