Best Western Gateway Adirondack Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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Reasonable price and bkfast included!!
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It is *************struct our itinerary a month later - it seems longer somehow.
After debating what to do: Adirondacks or Leather-stocking Land, we decided to head to Cooperstown because the fall foliage might be closer to peak whereas in the mountains of the Adirondacks and Catskills, it was now past peak.
I drove through Amsterdam - the city nearest to my home town of Perth - and pointed out some of the oddities of Amsterdam's ...
... a spectacular wooded campsite on the banks of the Black River. We had the rustic bath house to ourselves, no other campers in sight. Dan warned us not to be afraid if we saw the resident hermit. He allows a "Mountain Man" to live in the deep woods along the river. Flashbacks of Deliverance make us grimace.
... to Bali, Indonesia with no agenda, no expectations and no itinerary. This, if you know me at all, could not be anymore unlike me. I am a planner, a perfectionist. Free spirit is not my identifier although secretly I long it to be. So here we go, September in Bali; a month of surfing, soul searching and savasana. This should be interesting… I apologize in advance, writing is not my strong ...
... Let me tell you what, some of those tractor trailers fly! I was nervous a couple of times pulling our ensemble through narrow lanes in areas of road repair but we made it. Another 100 miles or so for me...yay.
For the rest of the way home, I dozed, I played sudoku, I read. It was boring but then I've made this trip so many times. Even so, once we drove through ...
I decided to bike mostly solo today and meet Patrick at camp. I feel like I'm missing some opportunities when I'm following him. I was cranking up a steep section through a neighborhood when an old man started talking to me. I stopped and had a conversation with him through traffic. Bernie seals driveways for a living and he's 80 years old. He used to live in Tucson, which is so random. He told me, "no one talks to me. I'm so glad you stopped to talk to me." I didn't want Patrick ...