Gavin's Irish Country Inn
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... squats and lunges and a few others but felt good afterwards.
Little bit of housework (washing again) before heading out for dinner.
We have been daring and booked a hotel in New York City. Comfort Inn at Manhattan Bridge. They gave a good rate for a 3 night stay, Friday night to Monday morning. They have parking attached and Wes feels he should be able to drive us there. We will have our walking shoes on to cover all the sights. Will even go out at night!
... Park. It boasts the only dam in North America made from marble.
At North Adams, we took out money from a drive through ATM. We have seen lots of these as well as drive through tellers and pharmacies. It makes sense when the snowy weather arrives.
We then headed south on the Mt Greylock scenic route. This little road took us through some lovely areas with the trees close in. No views from the scenic outlooks as we were in the clouds. Still the views of ...
... Portable AM radios - do you remember those? The artists that performed at Woodstock never seemed that young. We really enjoyed the two hours we spent there. Just missed, Jimmy Buffet, James Taylor and Zac Brown concerts that were there recently. Now that would have been cool. After that we drove the 77 miles to Bergen, New ...
... owners hectic on the homemade tractors tending rice crops, farm pets grazing in the roadsides.(some at the center) everyone is so inviting and warm and friendly its just amazing location to be. the pleasures of Vietnam's outstanding food items. your soon learn this really is "The Actual Vietnam .. your discoveries consist of invisible gems that happen to be unfamiliar by everyday trip operators.. At Vietnam Motorcycle Tours we do go ...
... in Madrid for the next four months, taking classes varying from learning about Spanish TV and radio, to going to museums to analyze famous Spanish artwork, all with the ultimate goal to become more fluent with my Spanish and travel as much as possible.
I have been over the roof excited to start this semester abroad. Current technology has made me feel a lot less nervous about traveling overseas (I've already "walked" from my host family's ...