Howe Caverns Motel
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This Motel is simple but rooms are large, we have a family suite thats sleeps 8 people so plenty of room, set in a nice country area with picturesque surroundings, staff are friendly.
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Brand new to this whole blogging thing so bare with me as I am getting the gist of it all as I go along.
I decided to start this blog since within the next 12 hours I will be on a flight from New York, USA to Madrid, Spain for the second time in my life. Only this time, it's a whole lot different.
Instead of going on a mere 10 day vacation tour with my high school classmates like I did three years ago, I ...
... and hanging out, which was perfect! Lauren and Aunt Darlene got some awesome pictures so I'll come back and share those after they email me them (hint hint) :) We had a nice evening at my parents and Amy, Vic and Brutus came to hangout and spend the night. And then after a gray breakfast we hit the road this morning at ...
On the drive to Cooperstown, David teaches us a new game called "My Cow," which keeps us entertained for a good long while. The baseball hall of fame and museum is awesome. Hank Aaron, Jackie Robinson, and other baseball heroes are inspiring, and the museum really showcases baseball as the ...
Since our last blog, here are a few of the highlights of the journey.
We sped across the Pamlico and Albemarle Sounds of North Carolina, to find a rockin' place called Coinjock, NC. We wanted to visit the nearby town of Edenton, so rented a car to drive there from the marina in Coinjock. A storm was approaching, but we decided to take the drive anyway. In doing so, we met fellow Loopers who were pulling their boat into Edenton's public marina (Mike and ...
... to three blasts of their air horns. But this dock is nice and quiet as it is farther from the tracks.
I took a bike ride to explore a remnant of the original canal, Lock 33. Lock 33 was built in 1824, enlarged in 1840 and 1888, and abandoned in 1918.
Our canal companions invited us aboard to share a pot ...