Marine Village Cottages

Address: 82 Dickson Point Road, Plattsburgh, New York, 12901, United States | Motel
 
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This motel, located on 82 Dickson Point Road, Plattsburgh, is near Hero's Welcome and Alburg Dunes State Park.
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      Coasting!

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      ... radical bags and a lot of home visits. It was fun to imagine him doing that so many years ago. We then ventured into the White Mountains of New Hampshire. It was a gorgeous 3000' pass we went over. Lots of hiking trails along the way which I thought was odd for a state with the motto of "don't tread on me". Maybe I'm missing something. We spent the first part of today in North Conway, New Hampshire where our parents ...

      The bumpy road

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      ... as a family. Then things went progressively downhill. As the picture shows, Meg was not the least bit enthused about our situation (not that the rest of us were either). I have to say, that it made for a really good lesson and reminder for all of us. As she lamented about all the terrible things that were happening to us, it became a great reminder to me that nothing terrible was happening to us. We were merely inconvenienced by ...

      Burlington - Biggest Town in the Quaintest State

      A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on Jun 20, 2012

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      Leafpeeper

      A travel blog entry by paulgoesglobal on Oct 07, 2011

      ... open a chain on the east coast to make my fortune.

      Despite being the capital of Vermont, Burlington is a small city of about 100 thousand, they have a very small main street, but they also have a college, so there was plenty of bars, pubs and restaurants. My first day was pretty quiet, I hired a bicycle and rode around the town and to a small park about 3 or 4 kms away, the town is set on a lake that stretches to ...