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On Tuesday it was off to Portland, Maine. Home of many a Stephen King novel (Shawshank Redemption was set here in part) and innumerable seafood restaurants. Unfortunately, my mobility around the small city was limited due to the sheer amount of now and treacherous ice that had set along the footpaths, and my shoes were not equipped to cope with it …
... there are so many people we are not going to get a chance to see before we get on the road. Our sincere apologies for that and we hope people will not hold it against us.
Today's goal is to finish packing clothes in the camper or storage and to empty the shed. Hopefully we achieve ...
... our way through river town and downtown.
After a good 15km walking around all day we were pretty hungry and we wanted to stay local, we found an Irish pub called Nancy Whiskey. They welcome every new patron with a free shot. We had a pretty good burger then after having another beer bought for us headed back to the hostel for an early night after no sleep at a 7am bus ride to look forward to.
... is now the the largest government-owned weapons manufacturing arsenal in the U.S.
On our way out, we stopped at the Confederate and Rock Island National Cemeteries. When the skies began to darken and the imminent storm started thundering its approach, we decided we'd better hit the road.
We hopped back on the road and headed south on I-74, caught I-280 going east, and continued going east on I-80. We hadn't planned on ...
... for traveling! They are all pretty neat because you can include maps and trip itineraries and stuff! This one seemed easiest to use, but if I find that it is too confusing or complex, I might just switch to a blogging website that I am more familiar with!
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center