Four Points by Sheraton Bangor Airport
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Travel Blogs from Bangor
... are located at the Philadelphia Museum Of Art, there are 73 of them, we didn't see any art but I just had to do the run up the steps and get a replica picture of me doing a Rocky. Felt really good and I wasn't that out of breath, after all this travelling and hardly doing any fitness I didn't feel out of breath. Bodes well for when I get home and start training again.
Back down the steps is the statue of Rocky himself, we got a few pictures of us taken by it. ...
Here we are checked in to the Hollywood Slots Hotel after our smooth flight home from NYC. We were up and on the road at 6:30 this a.m. And had a very quick taxi ride to the airport which cost us about $10-$15 less than projected...BONUS! Our flights were good and we arrived in Bangor early...but it seems we left in the fall and returned in the winter! ...
Here we sit in Bangor airport after a very easy drive down from NB. We're all checked in and sitting in our boarding lounge. I'm feeling quite well rested after a good night sleep. Same can't be said for Patti. I sent her an email last night to tell her I'd be picking her up at 6:45 instead of 6:30...but apparently my fingers had already fallen asleep, cause her message said I'd be there at 5:45. Oops! I'd kick me ...
... about dairying in Canada and farming in general. Angus and Digby got to help milk the cows, and John offered them work when they left school. Steve works in construction, to finish off the day he took us and showed us his first bridge he built across the Stewiacke.
The last day was spent with Evan and Nick taking Scott and the boys boating and fishing down the Stewiacke River. I spent my time doing 9 loads of washing at the Truro Laundry-matte. The boys got to see ...
... we got to St. Stephen, the heated gear came off as the wind appeared to be warmer for a change. Once across the simple border crossing to Calais we continued on route 9 through Maine towards Bangor. We have been through Maine before but this was a different route for us. Great road with very little traffic. Typical Maine scenery with lots of tall trees, run down houses, old graveyards by the side of the road and lots of ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center