Starlight Motel & Luxury Suites
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... St in a sort of sketchy area and started walking using our wonderful Google (what did we do before Google) We walked for 20 blocks I guess we should have parked closer! There is was Jim's Steak's In business since 1939, it looked great. Bryan said it was good. It was a really cool little spot I can't believe we found it...there were pictures of famous visitors on the walls a successful stop!
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... soft tissue damage and a brewing haematoma to my hand from carrying all these bags) and thank goodness, they had a room for me. Not only that but they reduced the price of my original booking! Bonza! I felt so relieved to be settled. I could have a good sleep and sort out the car fiasco tomorrow. And that's what I did. Today I got my first rental car! At the end of the guy's explanation of all the techy buttons he asked if I had any questions....."yes, talk me through ...
It is always a joy riding thru the Adirondacks. Well, maybe not in a lightning storm, but today was sunny & cool. Lots of other bikers out too - getting ready for Americade in Lk George. I left in 58F and stopped here in TL at 81F. Breaking out the wet vest & camelbak tomorrow, it is supposed to be in 80s. Roads are in good shape & the smooth curves are lovely. The bike is well loaded but not sloppy in handling. ...
... Lake Placid. 4. I love the wildness of the Adirondacks but have previously only visited in summer. Each of the mountainous areas in the northeastern U.S. has its own slightly unique character. The Berkshires of Massachusetts are known as a cultural center; New York's Catskills are a busy playground for New Yorkers; Vermont's Green Mountains are almost a stereotype of New England quaintness with their picture perfect villages; ...
... baptism by fire, but all sorted and lucky enough to have the remaining leg in the trade bail him out of some of the loss. So - we caught the 2.05pm train. Hailing a cab near Times Square at 5pm was the next bit of fun; quite entertaining with one cab being stopped and booked in the middle of rush hour traffic for some minor infringement, and the more aggressive New Yorkers pushing further out into the street. Eventually we met Roberta ...