Comfort Inn Burlington
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... Mott Street) ordered roasted duck, chicken soy sauce, stirred fried green bean, fried noodle. Stopped by at Centre Seafood to get 3 lobsters (2 lbs each) and 2 dunginous crabs. On the way back, take train #6 from Spring Street then followed the same route. After a quick nap in the afternoon, we went to Gantry park a wonderful place to walk and relax along the East River. For Supper we have lobsters and dunginous crab with salad and French ...
Today we are headed home. Another fun "Road Trip" has come to an end.
We had breakfast at the hotel, and are loaded up and trucking. Let's take bets on how long before we make a stop.
We learned a lot on this trip. We learned about the stupid camel thing, that the Little Dipper is fondu and not ice cream, how to find the bull, you can park for a short time in a handicap spot and not get ...
... We had pickle chips again but even though they were good they were nowhere near as good as the ones we had yesterday at Bull City Burger and Brew. Time to find some ice cream. We walked across the street to check out The Little Dipper but soon discovered it was a fondue restaurant. We decided on Ben & Jerry's but on the way, Stew suggested we check out the Krispy Kreme. Okay, maybe the light will be on. Light's on, let's go in. The place was teeming ...
Up and at'em. Well, up anyway... Breakfast was room service and then we were off to see Durham. It is raining, but my "people" got an umbrella and got me to the car. Thanks Leesa.
The driver, Stew, and navigator Charles, are already disagreeing and we haven't left the parking lot yet. I'm just glad Mona is turned off. We finally got started with Stew in charge. He has done research so I think we are in good hands. Time will tell.
There originally was a Monacan Indian Village close to the bridge and waterfall and the rangers have built a replica, which includes some of the original tools and kitchen.
It was good to see how their huts were covered with bark and the branches strung together with reeds. They were very good at stringing ...