George Carroll House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... hannah got annoyed and said: "This door is being so DISrespectful, Mummy!!" She really makes me laugh. Hannah's talking with mum and uncle Jay (and the puppies) on FaceTime and were about to get ready to explore, then head to Waldameer for the amusement park for the afternoon. The weather is perfect today - sunny and 85°. Can't ask for much ...
... importanly though, and most heartwrenching, after saying goodbye last night, I also realize that I gained friendships and bonds with my peers and mentors that are irreplaceable. I have included in this entry group pictures from throughout the trip that I hope will capture these newly formed relationships and which hold invaluable memories that I hope to keep the rest of my life. Traveling to Europe for the ...
... a few key tourist attractions in each city on our itinerary, we have left plenty of time open to explore, meet locals, and create memories that cannot be found in a travel guide. I have created this blog in hopes of capturing those small moments that cannot be planned. My next post will cover our departure and the first leg of our journey - I can't wait to get started!
... the car along the way and landed in Erie, Pennsylvania at about 5:15. Ozzie is a great little traveler and snuggled down into his bed for the duration. Got settled into our hotel in Erie and relaxed a bit and then out to Texas Roadhouse for a bite of dinner followed by some shopping in a local mall for about an hour and then it was back for a little TV and off to bed. Onward tomorrow for another 5 hours to Cincinnati. We are on our ...
... Buffalo, formerly known as Buffalo Creek, received its name from the creek that flows through it. However, the origin of the creek's name is unclear, with several unproven theories existing. Early French explorers reported the abundance of buffalo on the south shore of Lake Erie, but their presence on the banks of Buffalo Creek is still ...