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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.
Heading North again. From Utica, we cycled to Pulaski, which was about 100km. Very hilly. We are, however, slowly feeling the product of our hard work: sores are not as painful and our legs are getting stronger. Hills are starting to look more like hills rather than mountains now, which is good. In Pulaski, we stayed at Lou and Kit's house, two teachers who welcome cyclists very often. They cooked us a delicious meal and were very ...
Well our road trip is underway. We picked up the car and arranged for an extra days hire, so we can drive to Niagra Falls on our last day. It's a Nissan Altima, very nice ! Getting out of Toronto was easy, and even though a very nice city, we weren't sad to see the end of the beggars. The hot weather must have brought them out and it's the most we've been harassed on all our travels.
The freeway system (or parkways as they call them) is brilliant. ...
It was a long day in the car - 11 hours cramped with the dogs - and always a 50 pound lapdog on me...but we were in good spirits....until we got to Watertown NY....where the hotels were scary and dirty....we finally found on that was sooooo old...but it worked. We will be home tomorrow and I am happy for ...
... 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 ...