Saratoga Apartments

159 Woodlawn Ave., Saratoga Springs, New York, 12866, United States | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Saratoga Springs

Health, Horses & History!!!

A travel blog entry by heavenonearth

Incredible area - we'd have to live here to do it all !!! While we were here we also put new tires on the truck. We've traveled over 25,000 miles since we left home just over a year ago & we're only 2500 miles from home!!

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How to Choose An Inbound Call Center Company

A travel blog entry by leo0sea

... history - it means that gradually the service has actually consistently executed to its clients' assumptions. Understanding that your services provider has a performance history of success could assist offer assurance that they will manage to take your job and make it successful, too. Low Hang around Time With inbound callers, you don't want to stress over them being placed on hold for also long. Ordinary wait times with the best incoming ...

Guard Gate 2 to Amsterdam

A travel blog entry by mv_meander

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We left our lock at the Guard Gate bound for Amsterdam. We had quite a ride in the first lock, Lock 7. We were locking through with our buddy boat, the Gray Fox, when the lock had a malfunction and the water came into the lock from only one side and pushed us away from the lock wall. Gray Fox was pushed all the way across the lock. We were able to get a line secure to only get pushed halfway across. Luckily, ...

Waterford Flight Locks

A travel blog entry by mv_meander

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It was finally time to leave Waterford. We would have liked to stay longer but our time was up as you are only supposed to stay 48 hours. We overstayed by a day.

Upon departure we immediately started up through the Flight Locks, a closely group of 5 locks that comprise the hightest lift (169 Feet) in the shortest distance ...

Waterford - Day 3

A travel blog entry by mv_meander

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... that a canal boat could get through.

Docked at the top of Lock 2 is a vintage canal tug Urger that was built in 1901 in Ferrysburg, Michigan and is billed as one of the oldest working vessels in the country still afloat. She was retired as a canal towboat and is now used to educate ...

 

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