BEST WESTERN PLUS Grand Seasons Hotel
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... and types mmmmmm cheese!!! I then went to the Rudolph grotto and gardens, beautiful fall colours but a bit spooky as not a sign of any other person! Went out for dinner with Doug and his daughter at father fats great tapas bar and discovered a cool Napa wine "sexual chocolate" gonna try and get some of this to bring home over the ...
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... of one of our favorite beers: Point 2012. Inside the brewery, we found out they changed the name to Black Onyx, because people thought the brewery was trying to peddle old beer (2012, get it?). So, of course, we bought a case!
The next morning, Mike got up early and biked 30 miles around the area, up past Plainfield and back to Hancock. He took a picture of the opera house in Plainfield.