Pocono Inn At Water Gap
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... of the Americas. Shortly after arriving in Asia, I realized I hadn't actually seen that much of my own country. We have so many national parks and sites worth seeing. So I definitely need to start a list of American places to see. There are so many ideas floating around in my brain, it's hard to pick just one! At the moment though, I have seriously depleted my funds and will be focusing on saving my money so I have the opportunity ...
Today we left Poughkeepsie for Philadelphia, via Milford, a historic town and in which the cemetery of which my Great, Great.....Grandfather General Daniel Brodhead is buried. The town of Milford was absolutely beautiful, soemthing I did not expect, with a very French influence. Many french bakeries and beautiful old homes. A visit to the old bookshop was rewarding as we found more books for our Nicholas and then on to the cemetery. ...
July 31st – day 88
We headed to Connecticut today. First
stop was a Covered bridge at West Cornwall. It's one of the only
working covered bridges left in USA. We were 5 inches too tall to go
through it although some of the kids were all for trying! It was like
a movie, long and red and the setting was very picturesque. The
houses we passed to get there were all old and classic, ...
... Vietnamese and Filipino. I can't even try to count how many friends I made. As a solo traveler, many people were worried that I would be alone for most of it. Honestly, I was rarely alone. There were only a few instances when I was completely by myself (mainly on my motorcycle) and it was extremely freeing. If anyone reading this is on the fence about doing anything like this, I ...
... less be discomfited by it. They let me stride across the fields of jagged, uneven rocks almost like I was walking on flat ground. The problem was everything else about the boots. I thought that since they were a pair I already owned I wouldn't really need to break them in, but they were definitely not broken in enough for the type of hiking I was doing, and I almost immediately got blisters on both my heels. On top of that, they tended to constrict my toes a ...