Travel Blogs from Syracuse
Another day of driving... long day for David even though we took Toll Roads, there was road work so long delays. But alas we arrive in Gorton.. being a long weekend here this weekend ( Labour Day) it was hard to find accommodation at a reasonable price so we decided to book into this hotel for the next 4 nights..... Unfortunately ...
... Grand Canyon........ but nowhere near as nice or as grand. Still very scenic ... a lot of time and money was spent making this a state park, very nicely maintained gardens. There are 3 water falls .... the main attractions, along the Geneees River. Lots of stone work, paths and walls, even a bridge. The whole park was very moist and wet, don't think ...
... he. Our first adventure was getting back to Richmond Hill. We were driving down the highway in one of the worst rain storms of the summer and we hear-whoosh. The windshield wiper on the driver's side goes flying off. After a quick switch with the wiper on the passenger side we are on our way again. Home safe and sound. 3 days and ...
... I'm trying to just stay open-minded and go with the flow. I just recently joined the facebook group for the study abroad program. This has heightened my excitement because people are discussing different travels plans to do while in Europe. Laura and Jordyn leave today, this is the first time I will have to say goodbye to them for a whole semester, I'm still coping with it. I will be doing some last minute reading and packing for the next few days. ...
... breakfast with Karen, before heading off to Chicago. After a brief layover there it's on to Berlin, then Munich.
Yes, we did fly separately. The price we paid for using leftover frequent flier points. Two different airlines, so we flew separate. STAY TUNED to find out whether Glenda finds Michael in Munich, and whether they make their connection on Deutsche Bahn to Nurnberg.
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