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We left Vergennes, VT at 8:15 a.m. and headed west on NY Thruway after taking some backroads in VT and NY. Drove through Saratoga Springs (wouldn't recommend that in the summer) as there was lots of traffic. Once we got on Interstate 90 it was clear sailing and we stopped a few times along the way to get out and stretch and have lunch. Arrived at …
... stuck. Luckily we managed it. The news was joking that the storm had ploughed millions into the economy, principally to snow plough operators which every business and town has to pay to clear their snow. Took the slushy and slippery roads back into Cooperstown where we had planned on exploring the town before we moved on. However, only one shop in the entire town appeared to be open, and everything was covered in deep snow. We ...
... fishing camps. Apparently there are BIG fish in this area. We stayed on the interstate around Syracuse, Rochester and finally got to Niagara in late afternoon. Since we had not seen Niagara in forty + years it was very impressive. The roar was tremendous. We took pictures and walked around the grounds ...
... in and had a quick bite to eat at the McDonalds across the road. We were very tired and just wanted to eat quick and get our bags ready for tomorrow. We finally got a King bed instead of two doubles. I booked a Taxi for 6am to take us to the airport.
Next stop Cancun Mexico!
... station along River Road which was lined with lots of guest houses with Scotish themed with names such as'Glen Eagles' and 'Cairn Gorms'. It was on this walk back that Gem saw the first West Brom fan of our trip, identified by a tattoo on the back of his calf.
At the bus station we retrieved our bags and asked if there was a bus to take us back to Rainbow Bridge for the border crossing. The guy behind the desk was very busy highlighting something and ...
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