Oak Valley Inn
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... I love falls no matter how big or how small and have a hard time walking away from the mesmerizing rushing water. We took our pictures and headed on out on the road. Our plan was to stop by the finger lake region, but we ended up just shooting across state and admiring the landscape. Upper New York state is pretty, but much of it looked similar to parts ...
... playing his own composition on the synthesizer and break dancing to it.
Next day turned out to be a long drive that included Niagara Falls, cousins and friends in Rochester. Niagara Falls were big and wet, but we did not spend a lot of time there.
Visited my cousin Aakriti and family in Buffalo for high tea. Played with their cute son, Ayaansh and then ...
... lots of very nice waterfront properties. Sheryl would give her eye teeth for one of the houses that backed onto Sodus Bay, which was the inland water extension on the south side of the point.
We left the trail at Sodus Point, and headed south back toward camp. Along the way we stumbled across the Erie Canal (apparently the REAL one as compared to the one we saw in Ohio). We passed several locks that were still in operation, ...
... was fantastic. The towns along the canal seem to fall over themselvs to make boaters feel welcome. And this time of year there don’t seem to be many boaters. We have one boat docked with us tonight. I’m sure once school lets out that things will pick up. That’s why we like to cruise the off-seasons.
More rain is in the forecast for tomorrow. We’ll see if the forceasters have become any more accurate. We hope ...
... br> friendships in South Africa, so in order to keep expenses down
and foster intimate fellowship, we plan to eat and sleep in the homes of
friends as we travel through all the provinces of this beloved country.
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How has this inn rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking