Days Inn Batavia
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Travel Blogs from Batavia
... the forethought of Baroness Curzon. Throughout the following 80 years, the Kaziranga area became a preserve and then a forest reserve. Paradoxically, hunting continued to be permitted in the province. Having said that, in 1938 the killing of animals was criminalized and visitors were able to go into to the animal protection and game reserve to view the magnificent wildlife and bird species. Besides the wildlife and birds, there's ...
Like I said there were a lot of choices so we picked a few and headed down the road. We stopped at Earle Estates Winery and Meadery and the affiliated Torrey Ridge which makes Redneck Wines. I left the tastings here to Karen (somebodys gotta drive). We ended up with a bottle of Honey Mead. A short drive and we arrived at Miles Wine Cellars in another beautiful old estate right on the lake. Karen tasted some more wine there and ...
... the motel, so we walked across in the snow and had a burger with him for tea whilst catching up on all his news.
Seems Ashley got in last night safely, and made it by Greyhound to Cleveland this morning to visit the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame (so we were all in Cleveland at the same time). However they had cancelled his return bus, so instead of leaving Cleveland at 5pm, he's leaving at 10pm, and won't be back in Buffalo till about 2am. No wonder his body clock is all stuffed ...
... and I continued by journey by foot. I exhaustively hiked by the edge of the path, lugging my pack beside me. I was getting thirsty and water was nowhere to be seen. I noticed that the grass was turning more and more brown and dead-looking as I continued; I felt lost. I passed The Dark Castle as an emerald green river came more clearly into view, and I knew that I was approaching The Momber Caves.
The Head of the Mombers accepted by plead. It was settled, ...
... parking lot while they went in to shop. They have special places to park and tie up the buggies. There are many Amish living in this area. The farms are so beautiful. There are many dairies and corn fields, apple orchards and all kinds of vegetables. We stopped and bought some tomatoes, apples and a cauliflower that was ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility