Hilton Garden Inn Auburn Riverwatch
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... enjoy any in Florida as we had our meals provided by the dining plan. Nancy and I had the fried chicken and mashed potatoes with cajun gravy. Courtney opted for the chicken strips. While it was good, it wasn't as good as it usually is at the other locations we have dined at. Recently we had a Mary Brown's Fried Chicken outlet open in Moncton and I think we actually prefer it over Popeye's now. We are back in the bus headed towards New getting closer to New York city. Traffic ...
... of heading northbound and into the deep wilderness of Maine. A group of 10 will hit the road at 5am towards the closed for winter gate of Baxter State Park. 10 who have their own reasons for going, long dreamt or whimsy. Mine is my own. Heavy on my heart but wildly sweet at the same time. The trip has begun, I'm in ...
We had a very chilled (in more ways than one) and relaxing Christmas Day. We had a lot of fun sledding down a hill next to the house, even though the lovely looking snow has a layer of ice which made some crashes a little painful. Lunch was a collaboration, each of us preparing a dish, eaten when it was ready (sometime in the afternoon). Low key pressies - I got a rolling pin! Prior to yesterday we were waiting for an enormous ice storm which ...
... at the promenade , Across the bay is South Portland that has many attractions as well. Take a tour of Casco Bay and see the famous lighthouses. Parking garages near the piers.
I think that the waterfront is an very beautuiful place to be. I realize that the landmark architecture may pose a challenge, but no apparent effort has been made to improve accessibility, shabby for Maine's largest city. Sadly, we came, we saw, we left. Commercial Street is filled not only ...
... are plenty of places around that sell the locally brewed beer. The second place I visited was right down the road, called RSVP Discount Beverage & Redemption Center. Open seven days a week it’s really hard to find an inconvenient time to go. When you walk into RSVP it’s almost overwhelming with all the different selections to choose from. They have a section strictly for Indian Pale Ales (IPAs), Ales, Lagers, Dry Stouts, etc. ...
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