Courtyard by Marriott Ithaca
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... Auntie Denise's house in Aurora. It was a beautiful drive and we arrived at sunset. There was still some snow on the ground and it was pretty cold. The house was so beautiful like a house in a home magazine and Denise had cooked us the most delicious dinner. Nick was there and Steve and we had a really lovely evening. After catching up with them we were pretty tired from our day travelling so we collapsed into the big comfy beds. Talk to you guys soon.- Grace.
... to paddle boarding to buying my first car. After entering my roaring 20s this past September, I am eager to continue growing as an individual and experiencing new things.
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... br> Arrived at Horseheads at around 3:30pm, met our hosts for the night "Lucy and Corky", very nice people, they had a great spot for us to park and supplied power so we could run the furnace. Believe me we needed it! Damn cold...... We went out for supper with Lucy and Corky and had a great evening, some laughs, good food, great people, we hope to see them again. Thank you ...
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