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I hated it, crappy service, great breakfast though, free, pool
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The New York Upstate Area is a very poor area. I Grew up there, had a huge house, but I moved, I went back for vacay, saw alot of cool things.
... perfect landing was at 150mph, smooth as silk. Jan & I were seated 40J & 40L almost the last seats with a couple of short young obnoxious people in front of us. They reclined their seats leaving us no room for our legs. [not that we are complaining]... We had dinner on board by 7pm & two snacks, slept 3ish hours, and were not refreshed when we arrived in Rome. The flight arrived right on time in Rome at 6:45am local .
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The drive was typical of southern Ontario. Lots of open land with corn fields going for miles. The small towns that make up the cross roads are plentiful. We decided to stop at one called Merrickville. It had a eclectic selection of country stores selling crafts, fudge, ice cream and knitted goods, you know the typical country general store. We walked along the street and poked our way thru the interesting ones. The only thing we purchased ...
Left scenic Whiteface Mt to Lake Placid to tour the Olympic Ski Jump facilities Drove scenic Olympic Hwy 3 to Busy old Watertown for fuel Continued to Canadian border bought duty free & camped at expensive KOA camp at 1000 Islands camp at $75 Last night in Motorhome Great trip but too much driving draining as only driver Vowed last van ...
... the cruise, the boat docked at the Boldt Castle on Heart Island, an amazing mansion still being restored. We took a self-guided tour through the open portions of the 6-story, 120-room home. The background of Boldt Castle, billed as the "grandest of all Gilded Age Mansions" is a love story, though one that ended tragically. George C. Boldt, millionaire proprietor ...