Red Carpet Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Another sleep in and slow start. Kate, Chris and the boys stayed overnight so there were a lot of people milling about in the kitchen. We sat by the lake with our coffees and talked. It was so beautiful and peaceful. The whole morning passed like this with a walk, a swim, a visit by other friends - Susannah Nossel and David Greenberg and their daughter Liza, and lots of conversation. By ...
... we cooked up a storm - barbecued ribs, and chicken wings and cowboy steaks - the biggest I've ever seen. I made potatoes and Alex made a salad, and everyone buzzed around excitedly. Then a short hike across the property before dinner and we all sat down outside to eat. July 4th fireworks followed - seen across the deck from the house, and we sat up talking in front of a roaring fire til ...
... by lush greenery. We made dinner - Matt's 'beer car chicken', his famous (and much loved) chicken wings, Ben's roast chicken and my paella. Alex made a fabulous salad and we sat down on the outside deck to enjoy the feast. It was late - and getting dark by the time we finished dinner, but the kids were desperate to visit the local July 4th. Carnival where there would be fireworks tonight as well as tomorrow. ...
... pack up. We said farewell to the Buntings and started our journey to our furthest east destination. The total drive was less than four hours, but we also had a stop planned for another mall including both an American Girl and Lego Stores. We made it to the Starr's home in Lowell, MA, in time for dinner and evening stroll to see a few historic areas near their place.
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... fan there is really not much to do in Cooperstown, especially when it is raining cats and dogs!! Tom and Helen did see some Native American Indian art at the fenimore museum and take a trolley ride around town, but it was hard to escape the baseball. But Alex and mark thoroughly enjoyed the baseball hall of fame ( or the basketball hall of fame as the customer service ...