Old Field House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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Today we're driving out of Boston on our way to Quebec. But first we had to pick up our hire car (obviously or we wouldn't be able to drive out of Boston). What a difference hiring a car in the US compared with Italy, France or the UK. Germany was good. They couldn't do enough, calling me Sir or Mister Young would like us to carry your bags, for just a small amount more we can upgrade you to a Chevrolet Equinox that would have more room for your cases (we do seem to have a ...
... off the mountain! Now this requires a little bit of a back story. When you reach the age of 90 and you go skiing, there are a few perks -- one of them is you get to ski for free. With our program, one morning-only lift ticket is included, so we basically ski from 9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m., and you can upgrade your ticket to a full-day ticket for $15 per day. At Sunday River, most of the lift operators are pretty relaxed about checking tickets, and we skied until about ...
... complicated operating the chair lifts in that area. Today, however, was a new day.
We did one fast cruiser that runs underneath the main chair which was prime time corduroy that hadn't been touched yet, then made our way to the Aurora and Jordan peaks (the ones closed on Monday).
From the top of the Jordan peak we could see Mount Washington. It was quite beautiful despite the ...
... in the main dining room, I'm almost positive we were actually living in a painting (stole that line from Erika, one of the participants from Germany).
With full bellies and many cups of coffee later we were on our way to Sunday River. 135 open trails, 55 miles of covered ground, and over 12 feet of fresh snow this season so far. Out of the 15 in our group, we have 14 skiers of various abilities and ages and one bearded, ...
Now, apart from a wobbly ride around a health spa’s grounds about 10 years ago with my mother, the last time I was on a bike I would have been around 13 or 14. That bike had a bell, a basket and three gears which were never used. It was low enough that my feet could be flat on the floor, with my knees slightly bent. I did somehow manage to graduate from stabilisers at some point. The extent of my ...