Best Western North East Inn
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- Heated pool
- High-speed internet in room
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Indoor pool
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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Then we went to an antique store and the railway museum, which is impressive. We had an hr at the latter, and marvelled in witnessing all kinds of magnificent locomotives. In some cases, it is is possible to board them. We also saw a steam engine in action. Then we had an ice cream and saw some Amish youngsters playing games, though the men played football together, and the ...
Bernie and I went out early to grab breakfast because it was too darn hot to cook outside and we weren't up for cooking inside. We took our time checking out the park and different spots closer to the water. If we wanted to stay there, we'd have to rough it a bit. No electricity, so we'll need a generator. :) We saw a few deer out on the roads and I actually got up pretty close to one. ...
... for our roles, etc. For the presentation, we even had to wear what we call our AmeriTux! :-D First time I learned how to shine boots -- pics to come on that!
Ah! One more thing. Thanks to those of you who've been asking! :) Yes, there's a chapel right on campus here that hosts Protestant, Catholic, and Jewish services, so it's been pretty convenient to attend Mass! Got to chat with the priest a bit; he's a Jesuit priest ...
... the monuments (Lincoln then Roosevelt and finally Jefferson, with the Vietnam and WW2 memorials in there somewhere too). We got to spend more time at each monument although Nic was on a mission so he managed to keep up with us untill Roosevelt. Next on our list was the National Gallery of Art. Once again Abi toned things down so that I could understand what was going on and I could even appreciate a lot of the peices and the ...
... chapels, i feel disappointed that i can't pull over and grab a handful of this moment, perhaps sharing a sweet tea with the old lady sitting on her porch as she shares local gossips with me and lulu while marley plays with her dog. so instead, i unroll my window and allow my hand to lazily blow in the wind, much like a fisherman languidly fingers the billowing wake as he cuts through the sea. but like him when he grasps at the ...