Travel Blogs from Alexandria Bay
... water or no water at all. The inn had a pub where we had a drink and a fine dining restaurant where we had our meal. This has been by far our best meal on our trip. I've found a chef who doesn't believe in using garlic, onions, chilli or peppers to completely destroy all the flavours of the food he is cooking. We were both in heaven. I told him about my organisation - FAOGCS (Friends of the anti onion, garlic and capsicum society) and he thought it was about time ...
... to get a window seat anyway. After the CBD we headed back home via a Factory Outlet shopping centre. Huge selection of good value branded clothing available here ie Levis $56. We took Mike & Carols dog Molly for a walk to the local park when we got back home which was entertaining as we had to wade through knee deep snow, passed a couple of local ice rinks that were covered by about 150mm of fresh snow. No local kids ...
... s still cold. Michelle went to the airport about 3pm to pick up her brother and his wife who have been to Cuba for a destination wedding. Casey arrived back at the condo dressed in shorts and a T shirt. Obviously a bit warmer where he came from. About 4pm we headed off for Kingston. About a 260km trip. It was a bad time to leave due to peak hour traffic and the 1st part of the journey was very slow even though we ...
... ever sleep there, and any money made by the state had to go back into the island.
By the end of our tour it was getting pretty dark and stormy looking, so we headed home as quickly as possible. Boy did it storm! We had a HUGE thunderstorm! So huge in fact that lightening struck right outside our bedroom window and then again on the hillside behind us! Scared the **** out of ...
... I quickly reminded him how calloused and blistered my hands were because of a little activity called rowing, but got no sympathy in the face of my plaster-covered fingers. I didn’t add that I’d also broken a couple of nails, as I thought it was unlikely to render any more sympathy than the blisters.
Whilst the gloves offered some protection to my hands, my clothes failed to protect me from the many mosquitos that seem hell-bent on ...
Other places to stay in Alexandria Bay
2 Crossmon Street Ext, Alexandria Bay | Motelfrom $63
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- A Peaceful Inn
- Mature adult who follows the rules and loved the stay!!!
45302 State Route 12, Alexandria Bay | Motelfrom $48
116 Church Street, Alexandria Bay | Motelfrom $49
6 Market St, Alexandria Bay | Motelfrom $60
42823 NYS Rt. 12, Alexandria Bay | Motelfrom $39