Red Roof Inn
Travel Blogs from Queensbury
... I'm sure there's some Revolutionary history here somewhere, but we haven't had time to discover it yet. We spent the afternoon pumping the holding tank and doing laundry at Mom's Laundormat, probably the nicest laundromat we have ever used.
After chores we celebrated our 36th wedding anniversary with dinner and ice cream on the flybridge. We are so fortunate in so many ...
A short pleasant day today. We had sunshine and beautiful scenery as we traveled 25 miles down the Champlain Canal through four locks to the historic town of Fort Edward, New York.
This is where the Hudson River joins with the canal. We ...
... were built here that were used in the important naval battles of Lake Champlain.
Tomorrow (Monday) we plan to continue on the Champlain Canal to Fort Edward, New York. We have been informed that sections of the Erie Canal have been closed on account of the high water there. And rain is a major part of this week's forecast, so we may encounter some ...
... the narrower the lake got until it became the Poultney River and then the Champlain Canal
We passed through our first lock of part 2 and docked in downtown Whitehall ( birthplace of the American navy) at their FREE ...
... fancy houses. We stopped at an authentic country diner and had a real hamburger for lunch. We haven't seen a lot of wildlife apart from one Marmot standing on the side of the road but we have seen a lot of critters dead on the roads including a skunk in the middle of the road which prompted a chorus of the infamous song ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed