Longfellows Hotel, Restaurant, and Conference Center
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... we were even able to help the team make John Cabot University Athletics history. Unfortunately, the season doesn't end completely until the Spring, so we will sadly not be able to participate in playoffs.
In my semester at John Cabot University, I was able to expand my knowledge by taking my sixth year of Spanish, by taking my first ever art class (Renaissance Art is the most excruciatingly boring topic and I recommend it to nobody), by taking yet another interesting semester ...
... shot which did not work out well as there was construction and most of the area was blocked off for parking and I did not want to pay at the public lot to take one picture so we wasted some time there and then the drive up the mountain on top of it. The total drive set us back a few hours though beyond when I expected to leave. We had to pick up Jym at the airport in Harrisburg ...
... short drive off the main road. Very pretty and very easy walk off the road.
We eventually ended up at Lake Champlain where we crossed the bridge and took a short walk to see the Lake Champlain lighthouse. Normally I think you could drive back to it but it was blocked off due to the season closing of the camping area. But the visitor center was still open and a very sweet lady chatted with us and directed us on how to walk to see the lighthouse. Again ...
... murky, grey, dark clouds and a lot of surface water. The other notable feature of the day was the towns we passed through or by en route - Manchester, Liverpool, Rome, Syracuse, Waterloo, Utica and Troy to name but a few.
We did hop off for a dose of historical culture, however, at Johnson Hall, where a British settler, Sir William Johnson, forged relationships with the native Indians in the Mohawk Valley. ...
... around the lake and then we set off for the Revolutionary battlegrounds of 1777. It said that they "decided" the war's outcome as the American forces routed the British who were coming down from Montreal in order to cut the new nation in two. The Americans successes brought in the French as our allies. The Brits were led by Gen. Burgoyne and the Americans by Gen. Gates. Gen Benedict Arnold was also a key player and hero - only later to turn coat in 1880 and ...