Grand Cascades Lodge
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- Shuttle bus service
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Heated pool
- Kids pool
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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I will be keeping this page up for all of the small things I will be doing in next couple of months. I find that writing about my experiences helps keep them clear in my memory. It's also fun to see how my blogging has evolved from the start to now.
It's time to pack up my life at my parents' house and move to Virginia. The next chapter is about to start.
... pictures, testimonials that take you right back to that horrible day in our history. We spent 4+ hours in the museum and could have stayed longer is we had more time. A pear tree (Emma's Tree)became known as the "Survivor Tree" has been placed beside the pools. In October 2001, the tree was discovered at Ground Zero severely damaged, with snapped roots and burned and broken branches. The tree was removed from the rubble and placed in the care of the New York ...
Left at 9:00 after a 2 and a half hour trip to cover 30 miles we arrived in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. First stop was a Flea market, kinda like a carboot but for Hipsters who like vintage stuff. Picked up a tshirt of a chicken holding a machine gun. Walked down to Brooklyn Heights, a long walk made more strenuous by the heat of the midday sun. Stopped off at a Mexican bar for drinks and some cool down time. Brooklyn has a lot of graffiti, some of the stuff we saw was ...
... burger bar amid the tail end of Hurricane Arthur. Flash flooding and huge lightning bolts, 100% humidity felt apocalyptic. Mel's burgers soon let us forget about the brewing storm. Collectively we voted it as the best burger of the road trip. Tom then took us to his local bar. Which was a bit like the dive bars in Toronto that we went to. People were painting shadow portraits of celebrities and lightning fast pace to the beat of the music. We played pool ...
My last post was regarding my frantic panic attack over whether or not I would get my passport in time. After I had done done my research and scheduled my appointment less then two weeks prior to my trip, the day had finally come when I would go into the city and test the United States' government's efficiency. I didn't think I would get it in time. They had proven me wrong. I was at the ...