Holiday Inn Express La Porte
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... on packing).
Finally, in July once we get back from our trip I will also start adding the post-trip reports under my "Travel Pages".
VT has been around for years (I've been a member in the loosest sense since 2006), and I am certain that I will be able to pass my homepage on to my kids so they will always have this info and these memories.
Thanks so much for all your support insofar.
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Later in our stay we decided to explore a little more before taking our leave, we walked one of the many trails but not having set out until fourish we were aware that we needed to watch the time as sunset would be about 6. Telling ourselves that we would turn back around 5 o’clock, we sauntered along the pretty woodland path. We then decided we might as well ...
... outside of Warsaw the world's largest cookie and cracker factory, where Nabisco made 16 billion Oreo cookies in 1995. Chicago produced the first: roller skates, 1884 steel frame skyscraper, 1885 elevated railway, 1892 Cracker Jacks, 1893 zipper, 1896 window envelope, 1902 Hostess Twinkie, 1930 pinball game, 1930 spray paint, late 1940s McDonald's Restaurant, ...
... bar isn't serving food but they direct us to The Capital Grill right next door, where we have a very expensive impromptu steak dinner! The steaks are great and we have a bottle of red wine as well, but we are almost the last table and have to chug the wine and run out! We head back to the piano bar for some fun... This place was great, the piano player was terrific and the crowd was a lot of fun. Here we met a strange man who kept telling ...
... day, our last one in Québec, was spent climbing the steep terraces of the Old Town. We sat on the green, near the battlements, awed by the vistas that unrolled suddenly before our eyes as the tin roofs of the town stepped quietly aside: the magnificent stronghold of Château Frontenac with its numerous flags flying in the wind dominated the view, presided over the city, beneath it opened the widening estuary of the Saint-Lawrence River, and beyond - gently rolling hills, ...