Hotel Utica, an Ascend Collection hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... we could get all the attention we needed or wanted...or didn't want. People were extremely friendly and outgoing....especially the ladies at the carousel. They LOVED their carousel animals. They hugged and caressed them as they told us their names and histories. Actually, we had one lady at a time because we got them over their lunch breaks. They go to the farmhouse where the woman of the house slaves over a fire in her fireplace and cooks meals that the ...
Fernweh : (noun) an ache for distant places; the craving for travel... It’s been a rough few years to say the least. Disappointing relationships, friendships and career aspirations all disintigrating at the same time leaving me feeling pretty unsettled and unhappy. Seems like the perfect time to do something adventurous and wonderful, like backpack through Bali. So here goes...The plan: ...
... going everyday and seeing all that we could. It was amazing and we are already planning a trip for next summer to Maine and the east coast of Canada. This was our first big trip together and I think we will be even better prepared for our next trip.
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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 ...