Red Carpet Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... in the first hour I felt the excitement and it brought back memories of Chris & I playing baseball and the fun we had, and going to all the Jays games. Yeah, before kids. I did learn a couple of tidbits. Do you know what they put on the ball so it doesn't shine? If you guessed "spit" - you'd be wrong. It's mud from a specific part of the Delaware River. And do you know why the home plate is called "home plate"? That's ...
On the drive to Cooperstown, David teaches us a new game called "My Cow," which keeps us entertained for a good long while. The baseball hall of fame and museum is awesome. Hank Aaron, Jackie Robinson, and other baseball heroes are inspiring, and the museum really showcases baseball as the ...
... the Chesapeake Bay. We had breakfast on Sun. and dinner on Mon. at Kitty Knight B & B near the marina, which dates back to the War of 1812. There was also an ice cream shop on the grounds that we frequented during our stay. When the weekend was over, it was on to Delaware through the Delaware and Chesapeake Canal. We stopped at the Delaware City Marina, and found Tim, the harbor master, very helpful in helping us dock the boat in a narrow canal with a ...
... South Point where we saw the Hudson River Valley below us & Roger had to go see it too!!
We were happy to see our little summer friends for the first time this year!! FIREFLIES!!! We just love these little things - they are like little fairies & we can sit and watch them for hours!!
... to three blasts of their air horns. But this dock is nice and quiet as it is farther from the tracks.
I took a bike ride to explore a remnant of the original canal, Lock 33. Lock 33 was built in 1824, enlarged in 1840 and 1888, and abandoned in 1918.
Our canal companions invited us aboard to share a pot ...