The Sayre Mansion Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Last travel blog, We arrived home safe and a little tired about 1 o'clock. Return home in 2 1/2 days two of the days being about 700 miles each and today was about 350 miles. Will admit my butt is a little tender I'm sure Shane's is as well LOL. Glad to be home now back to all the daily routines. Will leave on one last note that I forgot to mention. Hopefully it gives you ...
Yay week 1 classes ended!! And ended well!!! Gave students surveys to fill out, and the comments were phenomenal!! They absolutely loved the class :))) always nice when that happens!!! Had a nice lunch and dinner in the dining hall with the staff too. AND I got paid for Emory. So the day is definitely looking up. Hope to have a relaxing time ...
... 2 hours. But thank goodness for that! We went to Hershey Park (an amusement park run by Hershey the chocolate company). We got there around noon. The admission ticket was $61.95 for adult!! Ok.. So the amusement park itself was pretty generic. I mean, it was not any better than Six Flags. I remember SF being bigger and nicer. Also, there wasn't that much creative branding around the park. Like you'd imagine the rides to have Hershey Kisses on them and stuff or be named ...
... Sharlene and Pete at the Fig and Olive in the Meatpacking District. It was a really cool restaurant/bar. Unfortunately they messed up the booking so we had to wait until about 10pm to eat. Luckily we were in good company! On Saturday night Arynn and Sain hosted a cocktail party at their apartment and on Sunday Kat organised a “Ladies brunch’ at Kittichai at the 60 Thompson Hotel. It was nice to catch up with everyone and meet a few new faces too.
... t actually labor in a blast furnace, I don’t think. They sold insurance or worked for the IRS. But somebody’s ancestors must have worked in this mill: I’m almost positive it wasn’t built to be the backdrop for a Justin Bieber concert.)
The next ruin wasn’t a steel mill. I don’t know what it was, but it’s for sale now. I may buy it and turn it into a tourist ...