Comfort Inn & Suites Carbondale
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Carbondale
... house is clean, the laundry done, we are all checked in and ready to go. I should be in bed, settling in with a good book, dreaming of Laduree and Hakata Tonton and the Whitney, but the butterflies in my stomach are relentless. At least this time I KNOW, for sure, my passport hasn't ...
... ready for the next day.
With cameras, accessories, and computers we gathered at the Snowmass Club after breakfast for our first session. There were 10 of us in the workshop of varying ages and skill but we had fun working together and helping each other. Several had taken one or more workshops with Massimo in various places around the world and all of us were eager to get started.
Each day we were in different ...
... restaurant, and a very small coffee shack. It seems that everyone in town works at the local marble quarry. This is the quarry that built Washington DC. Marble for the White House, Lincoln Memorial and many other landmarks came from this mine.
One of the reasons that I choose to camp here for two days was that I was dying to see the Crystal River Mill. This is a long abandoned mill used in gold mining ...
... me into the side of the metal seat. It’s a good thing that I am a slight man because a chubby fella would have really taken a beating. At the end of the ride we all found ourselves laughing out loud with a look of utter bewilderment on all of our faces. It was simply nuts. Kristi and I were done! Hunter and Colby went back on several times since the rain sent everyone running for the hills and there were no lines. We were all soaked ...
... vows. You'll have to guess why this rule came about? )
In addition to seeing all the old, and I mean, old Latrobe Wildcats, we spent a lot of time with my childhood friend Sue Pohland Paterno and her brothers. Those memories go back to when we were both 3 years old, then through high school, and to her fixing me up with Janet Schultz Harvey, and then through adult life, until today. Spending time with Sue was the high point of the weekend; ...