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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... after screaming children, eating, and running after screaming children, we ended the evening with the twins Abigale, Erin, and Cousin Ben sleeping over. What fun! Baths were taken, movies watched, and bedtime stories were read; this is how memories are made.
Given that the weather was mostly warm and sunny Aunt Casey and Nana Terry took the twins to a local small animal farm where they fed and petted a variety of livestock. No fingers were lost in ...
... hour anymore. The tolls here are crazy, we paid 12$ at one spot and within a few miles another 12$!!! Headed south and are spending the night in New Jersey, heading towards Florida now. This GPS is taking us through some of the more undesirable areas of these towns, might have to go back to the ...
... cars and people hanging coats. It’s insane. I’m losing control here, that’s it I can’t take it. I boldly suggest to Gail that we need to make some cuts here. She grabs the paperwork and looks it over. "Yup we sure do" she replied to my amazement. Gail quickly gets out the pencil and crosses out something on the contract telling the wedding planner “this is way too much for this” so out it goes. As the calculations are being redone ...
... because it was also warmer in there than in the bus! Then it was back to the park, where we discovered that the hot water problem had been resolved, much to our delight. However, it was far too cold to get our bodies out tonight, so it was a quick wash and toothbrush and then bed.
Miles travelled: 15
Total miles travelled: 15584
Days on road: 143
States visited: 33
National Parks visited: ...
... to Albany, where I exit to take the Northway to the Adirondacks. I don't really get the concept of tolls. Why create a big time consuming nuisance on a handful of roads when states could raise the same amount of revenue more fairly and efficiently through a slightly higher gasoline tax? Actually I do get it; tolls are usually placed only on roads used mostly for driving long distances and largely by out-of-staters, a way for ...