Travel Blogs from Hadley
Then, aboard a much larger plane, the slingshot sends us retracing our route and soaring aloft across the Atlantic, where we hope to sleep for a few brief hours before setting foot and gear in Italy.
Stay tuned, Blogonauts! The next post will come from northern shin country, Roma!
... from the western side of the ridge, and then made our way to the TV towers and former WWLP studios.
On the way down, we were greeted by a Bernese mountain dog named Yogi. He and his parents greeted us and we continued down. We were jealous of the six pack of Sam Adams they were carrying.
All in all, a great hike on a great day.
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Had a great visit with Bill's Mom and sister Peggy and her family. Niece Caitlyn's boyfriend Bradley joined us for most of the time, and Bill's other sister Paula made it to dinner with us. After leaving Peg's, we checked out Foxwoods and Mohegan Sun Casinos -- not much luck but lots of ...
Stopped at Sturbridge TT for the night on our way to Cape Cod. There are not really any good places to stay between PA and the Cape. This one was in our program so opted for it.
We only saw part of the park as we were directed to the large rig area. Sites were back to back so two rigs shared a site. We pulled ...
... five minutes, yet it is a world away in so many ways.
Daughter loved Amherst College...what's not to love? The freshman dorms are old brick buildings...more like big houses that are situated around a large grassy area shaded by huge old trees with scattered adirondack chairs...beautiful. They emphasized the importance put on building community during the freshman year, as well as the fact that because it is not a graduate school that the undergrads get ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking