Fairfield Inn Binghamton
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Fairfield Inn Binghamton
Travel Blogs from Binghamton
... old age, disc degeneration, cooties? Whatever, it rendered me a useless piece of baggage! I did manage to get out for a couple of drives in the countryside and Mike was able to golf a couple of times, so he wasn't totally bummed by my immobility. Well, not nearly as much as I was. Towards the end of our week, I felt I could amble around sufficiently enough to see some of the sights. So off we ventured.
... marshmallows around the camp fire. Lee then told the children ghost stories which suitably terrified them so we all had to sleep together. They had a great time without a TV or tablet in sight. New York State is a picturesque State and we really enjoyed our road trip through it. Next stop Niagara Falls ...
... but being the person that I am I missed the **** out of all my friends (Not Karen) and I went on that tiring Friday and it was AMAZING. After the hugs and **** I went on with my life it was a great end to a great adventure! I really want to go back to New Zealand but till then I will see you in the next adventure! -Calvin
P.s the reason my mom isn't writing is because she isn't with me at the moment sorry!
So the kids have finally arrived and I'm working with the youngest girls!!! They are so cute and adorable but such little minxes! Anyway, almost at the end of week two and I'm on my first day off! The camp play has finally been casted and we have a good lineup this year! 21 kids this year! More than last year apparently! We have had to cut and change scripts throughout the week (soooo tedious) and the music rehearsals start ...
... in the area I
definitely would camp here again. It was
an overnight stop for us on a two week trip.
Points of Interests – We drove routes 28,30 and then 206 to get here
through the Catskill Mts and what a beautiful drive. Route 206 had more 10% grades to drive than
28 did so beware!