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... 8217;s a room with a king bed and a twin bed. It would be a good room for a small family. There is no fan however and no Ac so the windows are now open but it was in the high 60s today so it won’t be cold to sleep which sucks. I don’t know why there is this warm weather right now. Its ruining my “crisp fall” I was hoping for. I also seem to have lost all the reception I gained back today when we ...
... City of about 46,000 people, which revolves round a large University.
Today we have gentle rain - a strange phenomenon for us. Perfect timing as we had a leisurely start and after walking through the rather damp Farmers Market in the centre, we found an Irish pub and watched the All Blacks lose to the Springbok. We didn't have any commentary but we did have a Smithwicks in our hands before lunchtime!
It's been a bit since the last post from Erie Canal but here's a summary. We went across the southern shore of Lake Ontario, through the Adirondacks and are now on the shore of Lake Champlain looking at Vermont. Stopped at an Ice Cream Social in a small town and socialized well with some fans of bicycles and touring. They are part of an organization that volunteers to host touring cyclist. The "match" is done through warm showers.org. A number ...
... where we thought we were going to take two factory tours. The firsts one was of Green Mountain Coffee (K-cups) but when we got there we found out it was just a gift shop with a small display area and a virtual tour shown on a TV. We were by the town park and it was lunch time so we enjoyed a picnic lunch with some of the food we bought the day before.
We then headed to the next factory tour in Waterbury. It is one of the ...
... wander around the town centre before heading back to the hotel as I had somehow caught a cold in my sleep the night before and was feeling a bit sniffly. In the evening, David popped out to take photos of the end of the sunset (apparently not as nice as the day before which is pretty typical of our honeymoon so far!) and to get pizza to bring back, and we had a relaxing night in before heading up Mount Washington tomorrow!