Days Hotel Buffalo Airport
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Swimming pool
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... in Kurtz of their many jams, relishes and different condiments, too heavy to bring home. They had a koi pond, they were massive and a bridge when walked over the koi swim towards you looking for food. We travelled through St. Kathryn's which is smack dab in the heart of Niagara fruit and wine growing area. We watched a documentary on Henry Ford in preparation for the visit to the museum tomorrow. Our tablet and iPad have worked out well, it ...
... a new york state park, called four mile creek. it's right on lake ontario, we can see the lake from one of our windows in the rig, the campsites are very large, but by the time fathers day weekend came, it was packed (with lots of kids) we spent a day going to the charming pretty town of niagara on the lake in canada. on our way back in the us the border,guy, had us run down the windows, looked into the car, asked us a millon ...
... microphones, cables and sound gear weren't there yet - it was all coming with Mike, so they also sat around and watched the fun too. Meanwhile the girls in the party had a big room up on the 8th floor opposite ours to get dressed in, and the boys in the party used our room, which was kind of convenient as things and messages had to be passed between them from time to time, and the photographer didn't have to go far.
Mike and Lynne arrived about 10, and Mike started setting up ...
... the road to drop off one of Ashley's guitar pedals for repair, and lastly back to the tailor to drop Ashley off for more fittings. Mandy and I then sprinted out to the airport to drop off the car with 15 minutes to spare. The flight that Mandy's parents were arriving on was delayed by about two hours, so a convenient timing turned out to be quite a lengthy wait for Mandy, while I took ...
... stuck. Luckily we managed it. The news was joking that the storm had ploughed millions into the economy, principally to snow plough operators which every business and town has to pay to clear their snow. Took the slushy and slippery roads back into Cooperstown where we had planned on exploring the town before we moved on. However, only one shop in the entire town appeared to be open, and everything was covered in deep snow. We ...