Fairfield Inn Syracuse Clay
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The afternoon clambake was delicious as always… steamed clams and clam chowder at the head of the menu with the other necessary items- corn, potatoes, salads, burgers and hot dogs. Rain held off until the evening but, by then, the crowd was gone.
I have never seen a school in which all the students and teachers are as excited about education as they are at Manlius-Pebble Hill. It seems that no matter who you talk to their ...
If you are going travelling this summer and plan to visit any National Parks, Historical Sites or camp in any National Parks or Forests, there are some documents you ought to consider getting.
First, if you are 62 or older, the greatest deal going is the Senior Pass. It is available at most National Parks for a one-time cost of $10.00. From then on your entry into the National Parks, Forests, etc., is free ...
... 75 MPH speed limits! Antique malls beckon, and we stop occasionally. The best purchase we have made is a bottle of windex and a microfiber cloth. We clean the windshield of bugs a couple of times a day!
1 May, Friday, Columbia, MO to Salina, KS: The landscape has gotten flatter. Buzz says its like the Australian outback with more trees. It feels like you can see forever as you look at the road ahead. There is an occasional ...
We rose early, had alight breakfast and were on the road by 7am. The highway was very good, light traffic most of the way and straight! We arrived in Niagara Falls around 3.30, settled in and then walked to our first views of the Falls. They are every bit as amazing as I imagined. We had dinner at Johnny Rocker's after which I retired and Rick and Mum went to the ...
... designation it decided to work. A few stops to clear the window or driving close to a truck to get some water spray to clear the icy window was required. Just before midnight, thanks to Brian's great driving we arrived safely to the warm welcome from Leane's Grandma Ruth. The next morning, the snow was like a thick white blanket on the lawn at the back of the house, a perfect setting for our first attempt at snowman making. If ...