Maple City Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
- High-speed internet in room
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... almost always reserved for camping meals and just tasting them is like being at home in the woods. After breakfast we drove out to the visitor center where we switched keys and started out days adventure. This park is famous for its huge gorges and three magnificent waterfalls. some call this the grand canyon of the east. I call it incredible. We wondered trail to trail to each fall, Alex honing his photography skills ...
... and enjoyed the magnificent mist soaking cruise. From the bottom you are able to forget all the hustle and bustle in the streets above. I was really able to appreciate the shear size of Niagara and what it must have been like back before the modernization if the area. Except for leaving my drybag attached to the railing and almost losing all of our money and passports, it was incredible. We went back to town and ...
... by me not to slip on the mud. successfully he quickly makes it to the car out of the rain. I start down, gingerly navigating through the slippery moss, then confidently speed up towards the car. what happens next, I can't quite explain. Alex says all he sees are my feet in the air as I am now no longer connected to this earth. I do know, that when I gracefully landed on my back in the mud, I started sliding down the hill quickly picking up speed. I knew there was ...
... to imagine what happened that day to all the people in the building and the plane. Did you know the Capital building was built on September 11th 1941 exactly 60 years to the day when the planes hit it in 2001. Our next stop was the Lincoln memorial where Martin Luther King did his very famous speech, I have a dream. Next up The Washington memorial, where in Forest Gump, Forest does his speech and talks to Jenny in the reflection pool.Their ...
... and Michigan. We drove the length of a couple of the lakes but didn't stop anywhere. We made our way to Verona Lake State Park and camped right by Oneida lake. Swimming was not allowed as they had a bloom of algae in the water. The sun was beautiful, it was peaceful and pretty quiet. A nice juicy burger cooked over the fire was dinner and we called it a night.