Stonecroft Country Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Adjoining Rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... they were going. I always tuck in behind someone who can be my lead car.
Our sort of plan was to drive half way but I was feeling remarkably fresh and just kept going. We skirted around Albany (capital of New York State) and figured anywhere after that would be good. About every 20kms there are exit ramps to clusters of Comfort Inn, Ramada, Best Western etc. and there's usually about half a dozen together. We would pass one lot and say, "We'll stop at ...
... as a mecca for fiber-based crafts and had to see it for myself. I am now considerably poorer, but very happy. I learned a new knitters acronym yesterday, STABLE (Stash Acquired Beyond Life Expectancy). I haven't quite reached that stage, but WEBS put me a couple of yards closer.
We headed east out of Northampton, passing postcard perfect villages and old mill towns. Ware was the first mill town we hit, and the old industrial buildings along the river ...
... around or sitting on the red bleachers. We joined them for a while to people-watch, which was the main activity.
It was a perfect warm evening, but we awoke on Saturday morning to a steady rain. However, we were prepared with an umbrella as we set off to find the ticket booth in Times Square to purchase theatre tickets. Of the many options available we chose to see the musical 'Chicago', the longest-running show ...
... descendants. They live in lodges made of bark that has been stripped from trees and bent to form a large tented area with a long slit in the roof to let out smoke. After this area you follow the route down to the settlers area which is a large stockade with individual one room houses with earth floors and open fires up against the walls. The place is populated by actors in character that answer questions using only ...
... and it was terrifying, the sidewalk was two feet wide, in sections not wide enough to walk a bike over, traffic was heavy, and there was a 25mph sidewind. Luckily there was construction on the bridge, and the workers appropriately looked at me like an alien as I walked my bike up the bridge. I was told no bikes were allowed on the bridge, to which I responded, "oh I'm sorry I didn't know, is there ...