BEST WESTERN PLUS Bradford Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... set the height, weight, and width of RV into the GPS so it would alarm us if we were about to approach something in the road which might cause us problems such as an overpass less than 13 ft high. during this 25 mile stretch apparently the road width was quite narrow and curves sharp so the alarm kept dinging for narrow road way of lees than 8.5 ft or length of vehicle less than 28 ...
We thought it would be a nice full circle if we camped again in upstate New York toward the end of our trip, so we found Allegany State Park in the southern tier of the state. We weren't sure what to expect, and we didn't arrive until about 7:30, but we went to the Quaker Lake area and checked in to the Cain Hollow campground. We had the best campsite we've had all trip (minus the views). Site 161 was huge, shaded, private ...
... around until you find the accommodations that are right for you and whatever budget that you have to work with.
While there are plenty of incredible hotels in the area, you are going to find that a cabin rental is the perfect way to bring your vacation to a whole new level. There are certain situations where a hotel room can start to feel stuffy and impersonal, while Ellicottville cabin rentals are going to be ...
So here we are , , , in our warn, cozy home, Happy to be here, even though we look out the window and see nothing but white. It is beautiful and serene. Even though it is cold and snowy, even though I have chemo today, even though I can't remember where I put anything before we left, I am so happy to be here. Wonderful friend Mary ...
... I remember learning Bridge in the back seat of Doug's wagon, a condition of my participation. Expulsion at the Peace Bridge was the alternative.
Ian got ill one year but we put him in the stock ticker game and he won. Sadly he died before he could come back fishing, but I'll always remember him in his velour track suit, sipping Booths Gin, not his beloved Tanqueray, to keep Bill happy. Gary moved to Chippawa and soon began to be a key guy, bringing ...