Days Inn Middletown/New Hampton
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Travel Blogs from New Hampton
... and stepped in a wasp nest, it was in the middle of the trail! I managed to only get stung once :) Made it to the road for Unionville, and then walked under the bridge, got naked, and took a shower using my Platypus Drinking Bladder. Felt great to be clean! We headed into the Tavern at Unionville, what a great group of people there! The locals were awesome, one even bought a round of beers because he won a NASCAR race - and he even included us thru-hikers in ...
... night out but feeling sleepy from food. Need to stop starting nights out with big meals. Eatings cheating! Found a cool little park with a big arch like arc de triumphe and some performers with crowds. One band had about 5 different guitarists who seemed to be randomers along with a drummer and bongo drum. They played daft punk and had all the crowd going. Caught a taxi back to time square and found a cool little Irish rooftop bar for a drink, talking about ...
... over some local microbrewery beers. Met up with Henry Langston another one of Josh's friends who works for Vice as a photographer/presenter. He'd just got back from doing a stint in Ukraine and showed George and I some of the photos. Looks horrific. Had to catch the train back to Ramsey to stay at Nick's. We didn't leave enough time to catch our intended train. For a trip that should of taken an hour and a half ended up taking 2-3 hours after we missed a couple of ...
A slow start. Missed Roisin and Harri as they headed off to work very early. Packed up our things, went to a cafe that Roisin had recommended called 'Uncle and Aunties'. Picked up Josh from Tom and Adriana's apartment. Tom showed us his map given to him during his Afgan trip. Drove down to Niagara Falls. Crossing back over the border to USA. Had a TGIF came in at a strong 8.3 on the fast ...
... THE DINOSAUR EXHIBIT. We of course indulged his awe inspiring obsession with amphibians. In this picture Ian is checking out a gigantic salamander - still alive in Japan.
In this photo Ian, Jonan, and Glenn are in the rib cage of one huge dinosaur!
It's 10:00pm at night now as I write this and we are driving west toward Rochester to visit our niece Jennifer for day two of our epic journey!
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking