Ramada Cortland Hotel And Conference Center
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Saturday morning we celebrated the annual Verbeck Memorial Service at the family grave sites on the old Manlius campus, followed by a tour of the old campus and the remaining facilities. This was followed by a meeting with the current Interim Headmaster and new Chair of the Board of Trustees. They were very candid about the financial situation, how it came about and how it was being fixed. The school is in good hands and its ...
Stayed with a Couchsurfing host who took me to lots of cool stuff--some hikes to beautiful waterfalls, live music, some cool shops, the Cornell Plantations, and the awesome Ithaca farmer's market. Had dinner at the Moosewood restaurant, which was super ...
... Auntie Denise's house in Aurora. It was a beautiful drive and we arrived at sunset. There was still some snow on the ground and it was pretty cold. The house was so beautiful like a house in a home magazine and Denise had cooked us the most delicious dinner. Nick was there and Steve and we had a really lovely evening. After catching up with them we were pretty tired from our day travelling so we collapsed into the big comfy beds. Talk to you guys soon.- Grace.
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... University, but there did not seem to be any parking places that we could find. Then we were going to walk a bit to look for the Moosewood Restaurant. We ended up using the GPS and driving in circles around a street construction area. Finally, we located the Moosewood and had a lovely, extremely filling, British Isles dish called Rumpledethump that Emma had never heard of but suspected might be Scottish and Google confirmed her suspicion.
From Ithaca, I still ...