Days Inn Auburn/Finger Lakes Region
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... Tom, Ian, Emily and I opted for the longer walk. It had a lovely view. It was also nice to have a decent walk after being on the bus. It was very warm and very humid. After the walk we went down to the lake and had a swim, the weather had improved and it was sunny, but the lake was really cold! Had a nice swim though, and the played frisbee with the group. It was really nice ...
... After dinner at our hotel, we took the kids on a campus tour back to Lawrenson hall where we first met, through the old business school and one of the art school buildings to check out the new photo labs. We had everyone take a picture on the kissing bench, and retold them the legend that if you kissed your true love on this bench you would be together forever, so far this bench is working ...
... Erin, found me and said the insurance company wanted an adjustor to check it out.
"How long will that take?" I inquired.
“The adjustor will be here between 24 and 48 hours,” was the reply. I came to find out that that was always the reply when dealing with the adjustor.
Now I had to be at Massawepie for the “Beaver Weekend” in two days, so that wasn’t going to work out. I said I could stop on my way ...
... to Your National Parks available at the souvenir areas. All National Parks have stamps (free) and stickers for the Passport book and it makes a great record of your trip. The book is available in a special edition for young people, too. It helps to make wonderful memories and, after all, isn’t that what road trips are all about?
Have a great trip as you travel this awesome land. There is so much to see and ...
... 3/4 mile trail to Taughannock Falls. Unfortunately I forgot to take my camera but it was very pretty. After that we went across the road to a park and we started playing frisbee which was a great laugh. Drew picked us up at 6:30 and we headed back to camp and he taught us how to use the stove etc but he (with the help of Omabe and Molly) cooked us dinner for the first night of rice, peppers and chicken which was actually quite tasty. While they were ...