Hampton Inn & Suites Manchester - Bedford
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- Continental Breakfast
- Indoor pool
- High-speed internet in room (free)
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I am sitting on my front porch on this beautiful Saturday morning in Massachusetts, and getting very excited for this trip! I have watched 'The Queen', which was excellent, and I am currently reading a very entertaining novel set in England, titled "The Royal We". I also want to watch both "The King's Speech" and also the BBC ...
... of the National Parks and Monuments we've never experienced. The trip should be filled with many wonderful experiences, and we are hoping for good weather.
This first edition of our blog contains a tentative map of our route. It will most likely change as we proceed West.
Val and Richard
... making this interesting adventure even more enjoyable. Without their friendship, and companionship, it would have been a lonely experience. Thank you Sarah, and Margaret especially! So to end this blog, here are the things I will miss as well as some of my favorite memories.
Top memories include the visits from each of our boys and being able to show them some of China. The Great Wall, even after 4 visits is simply spectacular! Of course, our good ...
... A must do for anyone visiting here.
Who would have thought Jim and I would make it to see The Great Wall once, never mind 3 times!
I won’t restate the same history, and detailed descriptions but share a few observations and post lots of photos from this trip. May is certainly a lovely time to visit weather-wise. Very comfortable temperatures on the Wall and the scenery so green compared to January and November. It seems most tourists would agree with me and the ...
... Camry said we were about 5 miles short of what Garmin said we had left to go. We also needed to get some groceries, so there would be at least one more stop. Again, we were passing by a lot of the places where we had been. Geneva and Auburn were just exit signs this time. About this point the Thruway takes a more northerly course than does Route 20. Just east of Syracuse it roughly follows the Erie Canal/ Mohawk River all the way to Albany.