Hilton Garden Inn Albany / SUNY Area
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Lovely and comfortable after a long day on the bike
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Lovely sunny hot day and we head to the docks to find our bikes. A short taxi ride and we are there and inside this warehouse we are introduced back with our bikes. What a lovely sight. I guess we take about two hours getting our bikes and luggage sorted, then we hit the busy road so many huge lorries around the port area.
After fueling up we …
... There's nothing like being surrounded by English-speaking people whom you can relate with completely. Plus I missed burgers and chipotle too much.
In an attempt to answer everybody's favorite question which I will probably be hearing for the next few months anyways, my favorite place that I visited was hands-down, Ireland. Seeing its countryside was a breathe of fresh air from all the cities we had previously we had been visiting. The Irish are also extremely friendly and ...
Said goodbye to the beautiful Montpelier this morning. We reached the northern most point of our journey. The plan for the day was to head off to Queechee Gorge as recommended by someone we met in Portland. So we fueled the car, plugged the address into the GPS and headed off.
As usual, we kept off the interstates and took the back roads. We went through some pretty small towns, towns where we were the only car that ...
It's early Saturday morning as I write this. I'm still tired, but rested. Getting out of Boston yesterday was an emotional, stressful, heartwrenching experience.
We woke after staying at my best friend's (Lori) house, who very thoughtfully rushed out and acquired a standing AC unit to fend off the heat of the day. For some bizarre reason, it was 90 degrees in Boston. I slept like the dead. We had to wake early because the new buyers were doing their walkthrough at 8:30 am ...
I recall driving through Williamstown on a family road trip to Canada in the early 1980s right around the time I was starting to think about colleges. I had heard of Williams College and somehow liked the idea of a small college in a mountain town. I wanted to go to school some place warmer, though, so didn't apply, but recall one of my middle school friends who went to a different high school ...