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Travel Blogs from Alfred
... wine: St. Crouix, but I will never be able to loose my love for Sweet Walter Red, what brought me to the winery.
After pursuing the gift shop we headed over to Kauka Lake State Park. The ride over was like a scene out of a fiction novel. Everything I have ever read about Scotland seemed to describe this place, and it didn't help that Viking Inn ...
... too, (which we probably would have taken if the Rex Hotel hadn't come through for us) but it was more expensive and we wanted to get a bit further up the road, if possible. We had a very good dinner. Ruth had a beet and chevre salad to which she added a side of blackened chicken (which she reported to the waitress as a great combination that they ought to add to their menu). I had blackened catfish with a spicy creole sauce. Also very good!
Went to Letchworth State Park. Another beautiful day. Checked out the park, waterfalls,and some walking tracks. Another lovely park.
BBQ dinner and a few drinks around the fire.
Saturday 1st June
Coffee outside under the treesfirst thing in the morning and watched the squirrels playing games in the trees. Greg ...
Friday, September 30, 2011
We spent the day at Letchworth State Park. It’s a beautiful park, well maintained, and lots of green grass. The Genesee River runs through the park and tumbles over three falls: Upper, ...
... museum. Although physically quite different, the place has the distinct feel of “Cheers” of Boston TV fame, but they didn’t know my name.
We both had the specialty of the house: Roast Beef On Kummelweck. Ever hear of Kummelweck? Neither had we. It’s a soft, white roll with caraway seeds on the crust. It’s apparently only made in that area of the country (world?). Very tasty.
We had ...