Comfort Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
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I know that I have not blogged in quite a while -- to my defense, all of my pictures were on a camera that I had no software to upload with in Italy -- but I thought it necessary to give one last post, so excuse the excessive amount of cliches you are about to read.
My time abroad was one I will forever be grateful for. I was fortunate enough to share it entirely with my best friend. On top of that, I am privileged to have spent a week with my mother in both Greece and Italy and am ...
... mountains. At the top they have a huge parking area where you have to park and take a shuttle van up to the actual summit. The viewpoints along the way were nice and the road was wide enough so it wasn't nearly as harrowing as the drive up Mt Washington. Mom was thankful for that and so was I. Before we made the drive up the mountain I tried to get down to the actual lake to get ...
... and made a few stops glimpsing the fabulous leaves and then we saw the dark cloud looming up over the mountain and rain was upon us again. But even in the rain the colors were amazing. I think we got some great pictures there.
We drove back down the 100 past Ben & Jerry’s and this time kept going south. This is also called the Mad River Scenic Byway. Along the drive we stopped at Moss Glen Falls which was actually something we came ...
... and a basic menu offered a simple lunch option.
Back on to the I90 and onwards to Albany, then Troy. The first signs of Fall were evident, tree leaves offering a variety of leaf shades, from green to orange to red to yellow and all sorts in between. It was another Super 8 in Latham, just outside Albany, and from here we visited our first shopping mall, the Colonie Center, to stock up on basic groceries for ...
... independent, not-for-profit organisation it was set up by Lyn Howard, MD, and her patient Clarence “Oley” Oldenburg, the Oley Foundation helps people dependent upon feeding by tube or by IV. They organise newsletters, conferences and networking for patients. In the morning I did a bit of voluntary work helping to pack info leaflets into packs to be handed out by RDs. In the afternoon we had a meeting ...