Knights Inn Lenox
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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I'm starting this blog to keep track of my cross country road trip with Toby, (1 year old Chocolate Lab) and Princess, (6 year old Jeep).
These past few weeks have been pretty chaotic between the movers coming and cramming my tiny 5x10 storage unit to the brim in middle-of-no-where-western-mass, to trying to fit every single shoe (among other clothes & items I determined valuable enough to not be in storage) in Princess. Sadly, I was unable ...
... doing this blog & gave up in the end, just saving the draft entry.
Ate out at a nearby restaurant, fish for Lyn, Paella for me & some wine to wash it all down. The pub between our hotel & the restaurant was really crowded & doing good business when we walked home. Got a good sleep that night & hit the road the following morning, bound for either Syracuse or ...
We traversed the last several locks from Schenectady, NY to the last lock in Troy, NY (called the "Federal Lock" as it is not part of the Erie Canal and is run by the U.S. Government). The last seven ...
... parking lot directly next door, for the sum of $15 night. We were in the 12th floor with some decent views of Albany. I couldn't see Vermont but I knew we were close. Next morning we had the usual good Hampton breakfast and headed home! To be honest (again), I wrote this entry mostly because I needed a place to review the hotel and mention visiting Bob. But I hope you enjoyed it anyway. ;) Now I can start to work on the final entry of Travels with ...
We woke at 5.15am so that we could have breakfast at the hotel before departing. We left at 6.30am but for some reason, Waze and Google Maps wouldn't work so we had to rely on our memories to get to the bridge to the USA. Mum and Rick did well and we were soon on the correct road.Immigration was easy and as soon as we were on US soil all elements of the phone kicked in and we were on our way! The freeways ...