Homewood Suites by Hilton Burlington
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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... stone into place. The craftsmen that worked on homes like this, did about 700 in this Finger Lake Area of New York State. They were the same men that worked on building all the canals that transported good to these area from Lake Superior. Martin Harris helped get the first copies of the Book of Mormon published and also got to see the golden plates that the book was printed from.
We then went to the place that published the Book of Mormon. ...
... a bit of a rest we forced ourselves off the bed to go to the spa. Oh man did it feel good to soak in hot bubbly water haha. Sadly the pool was closed due to an incident earlier in the day so we had cold showers afterward instead.
Tonight we had all you can eat Indian across the road from our hotel. Blake definitely got his $14.95 worth! We had a waffle from Wanda's to top off the evening. We will sleep soundly tonight!
L & B x
... a priceless experience. With the cruise finished and now the East Coast road trip also finishing we are about to embark on the last leg with Mum and Dad - New York for Christmas. A three year dream becomes a reality.
... town does live up to its reputation of being the 'oriental gem'.
The character is very Turkish and similar to Sarajevo or Bosnia, strikingly different from Serbia.
These were ethnic Serbs, not Albanians or Kosovars who I was to meet later. Many homes were chopping wood for the winter while distant sheep grazed on the mountainside.
You could easily spend a ...
... with people of all genders, ages, and political persuasions (actually not a single Republican host out of 18) it was really nice to be back with a family for the first time since Chicago. That evening we drank wine (all I can tell you is that it was red) and enjoyed a late chilli and some proper ex-pat talk.
After dragging myself away from my (almost) en suite pool table the next morning - having been woken by the thunderous pitter patter of tiny feet at ...