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Park Hours 11 - 8
11am - Millenium Force (boys - Cedar Creek Mine Ride/antique cars)
11:30 - Top Thrill Dragster
12:00 - Windseeker
12:30 Wicked Twister
1:00 Lunch at Famous Dave's
2:30 Halloween Hullabaloo
3:30 Skeleton Crew
? PM Howlapalooza, Magical House on ...
... of the wealthy. There was the home of Noah Webster, who wrote the Webster dictionary. Ironically he needed to sell the rights of the dictionary to fund a small shilling spelling book, which made about $48,000 in total but he never received any profit from the dictionary that is still in print today. Also the home of poet Robert Frost and Thomas Edison's home are fully restored. The restaurants at the village served food that was relevant to the time .... But obviously ...
... if you walk down south main street all the way to wickenden street (a ten minute walk at most), you have access to sakura sushi (sushi lunch specials, including a bowl of miso or a salad, run about 7-8 dollars), fellini's pizzeria (where you can get a decent slice of pizza, thin chewy crust), and taste of india for indian food, where they have a $7 all you can eat buffet at lunch. East Side Pockets on Thayer St. They have the best gyros around ...
... talking drum that sounded like ocean waves and a call to battle and other mystical instrumentation that faded as I sunk into the ground. What a release! Thank you thank you thank you! Just the inspiration, connection and joyful embodiment that I needed to expand into the rest of my time here with my parents while feeling the fullness of the fear of letting go and leaping into the unknown! So many questions and time to rest in them all. ...
... appeared to be very well maintained and we sensed a general air of things being OK when we talked to Canadians.
We drove around the end of Lake Ontario on the way to London, Ontario. The topography got hillier at that point as it is part of the Niagara escarpment. Later on, the landscape opened up into lovely farming country. The fields were gorgeous to see—Don L, we thought of you and know you would have loved it! You wouldn’t have had to push ...