Red Carpet Inn Endicott
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... loved these small towns which showed care or civic pride with hanging baskets in the streets, and nicely tended gardens in the majority of places.
Then we came to Ithaca. It wasn't built to have so much traffic going through it, so we got diverted through the country side to eventually meet the highway. Paul was getting really worried, I thought it a hoot!
Next stop New Jersey.
... have sausage and/ or bacon etc, then we get the kids to help us to chores like sweep up, clean the sinks or mop the floor.
... rural with so many old country colonial homes on lots of land. Almost everyone has a barn. The roads wind through all of the hills and you can almost always see the lakes. Today we saw Cayuga Lake which is what the Taughannock Falls eventually pour into. The trail into the falls was relatively flat and there is a bridge which takes you pretty up close and personal to the bottom of the falls. The mist from the rushing waters will soak you if you ...
... I want it to be an adventure. I want it to be Living.
Alright. What will I actually be doing? For the first 6 weeks Ill be staying with my two sets of grandparents. They both live in Hornbach pretty close to each other so I’ll probably switch off weeks being with them. My little sister Debora will be here with me too for 5 weeks. Shell be going to school and enjoying the German life. I will hopefully find a job in a factory where I ...
... of glassmaking, including glass blowing and breaking. We ended up staying a couple of hours before setting off for Ithaca, a pretty town on the shore of Lake Cayuga, one of The Finger Lakes in New York State. When we arrived we dropped our bags at the hotel and went into the town to have a look around. The town is the home to Cornell University and the houses in the historic area, in the most part have been ...
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