Motel 6 Of Hamburg
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... blocks peppered with large structures and multi-leveled buildings that screamed Duty Free or Souvenirs Made 100% in the US. It was creepy and odd to hear a huge speaker system advertising souvenirs in an otherwise empty parking lot. We also passed a large building that was a Casino. Again, it was like the Night of the Comet...where was everyone?
Walking further away from the state park and deeper into the heart of the town, I was slapped with the reality that the ...
... There is also a great deal of farming implements that is attached with application tractors to help you complete a range of tricky jobs about the farm. Flexibleness Tractors at the moment are designed and manufactured to always be flexible making sure that one single tractor is able to do many different functions. One example is, a small tractor can achieve functions that vary from growing plants to painless farming duties. You may also add implements for a sleek and ...
We started off in relatively fine weather again today which quickly turned to rain and continued all the way though Pennsylvania and part of New York, then strangely enough it fined up again. And they talk about Melbourne weather!!! We drove on through scenic little towns and green mountains then stopped at a truck stop for a drink. While we were there a man walked in wearing a pistol on his hip, and no, he wasn't a police ...
... Samuel de Champlain visited the area as early as 1604 during his exploration of Canada, and members of his party reported to him the spectacular waterfalls, which he described in his journals. The Finnish-Swedish naturalist Pehr Kalm explored the area in the early 18th century and is credited with the first scientific description of the falls. The consensus honoree for the first description is the Belgian missionary Louis Hennepin, who observed and described the ...
Time to collect our friends Mandy and Jim from Boston and start the next adventure. Wonderful to see them and they were as excited as us. We drove out of Boston in the sunshine and West, destination Canada and Niagara Falls. We immediately found ourselves looking at scenery that we thought typified our perception of New England, rolling hills English countryside but with American architecture of wooden houses ...