BEST WESTERN Watertown Fort Drum
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... but with great views of the river and islands. The room was comfortable but the taps in the bathroom were a bit confusing. The hot tap was where the cold tap should be so by deduction the cold tap was where the hot tap should be. This proved to be the case. As well, the taps both turned on in opposite directions. My left hand immediately adjusted to the situation but my right hand found it all very confusing. So I never knew if I was going to have a hot shower or a cold shower ...
... check returning to the U.S. The wait wasn't actually too bad and we got our last glimpses of Niagara Falls from the bus. We would be heading east and then north. It would turn out to be a long ride but a scenic one, passing through rural areas of farms, cornfields, grazing cattle and increasingly beautiful trees decked out in their fall glory. This was the ...
... the lake to raise this level in the coming weeks which makes it easier to bring the boats up out of the water for the winter months. We are having today off to catch up on our washing and the weather is still sunny. We will be travelling by car with Cathy and Bill to Montreal so we are packing for the next stage of our journey. I understand that it will be much cooler as there ...
Today Perce and I had our hair cut and I had my nails done as well. We then met Cathy, Bill, Mike and Ruth-Anne for lunch then Mike and I went and played 9 holes of golf. It is a beautiful, sunny day, no breeze and unusual weather for this time of ...
... Rhineland castle on picturesque Heart Island. The structure was to be a display of his love for his wife, Louise. Beginning in 1900, Bolt's family shared four glorious summers on Wellesley Island while 300 workers, stonemasons, carpenters and artists fashioned the six story , 120 room castle, complete with tunnels, a powerhouse, Italian gardens, a drawbridge and a dovecote. Not a single expense was spared. In ...