La Quinta Inn & Suites Plattsburgh
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Winds mentioned her idea for this program to an acquaintance and soon received a cool donation of a 28 foot sailing craft which made her dream a reality. The boat, the Jubilee, when donated needed some loving care and sprucing up. Now she looks great and is seaworthy and sound.
Janet and I were treated to a relaxing three hour sail on Lake Champliain on a beautiful warm & sunny day. What a special gift from a wonderful organization ...
There were a couple of goat cheese vendors including one run by friends of
Christine and Derek.
From there we walked down to the waterfront, then back up to
Church Street before returning to the car in the parking garage to go find
lunch. Heading south we opted to stop at
Folino’s Pizza for lunch. We ordered our
pizzas while Derek waited in line at the ...
... Palmyra, Berlin, Hanover.....and that's not to mention the déjà vu as we have recently passed through Newcastle, Manchester, Bristol, Plymouth, Portsmouth etc
For the statistically minded, we have now visited ten US states and four Canadian provinces, and through a combination of trains, boats, planes and, of course, driving have covered about eleven thousand miles. In ...
... radical bags and a lot of home visits. It was fun to imagine him doing that so many years ago. We then ventured into the White Mountains of New Hampshire. It was a gorgeous 3000' pass we went over. Lots of hiking trails along the way which I thought was odd for a state with the motto of "don't tread on me". Maybe I'm missing something. We spent the first part of today in North Conway, New Hampshire where our parents ...
The US/Canadian border, officially known as the International Boundary, is the longest international border in the world shared between the same pair of countries. The boundary, which originated with the Treaty of Paris in 1783, is 5,525 miles long. For comparison purposes, the shortest international border is two miles -- between the Holy See (Vatican City) and Italy.
But we never make it to Newport, or to Canada. ...