Super 8 Auburn / Finger Lakes
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If you are going travelling this summer and plan to visit any National Parks, Historical Sites or camp in any National Parks or Forests, there are some documents you ought to consider getting.
First, if you are 62 or older, the greatest deal going is the Senior Pass. It is available at most National Parks for a one-time cost of $10.00. From then on your entry into the National Parks, Forests, etc., is free ...
... and some huge wind farms with turbines too numerous to count. We stopped in the small town of Altamont where there are four antique stores, a gun shop, a bakery and not much else! The late afternoon found us in Salina. We made the first mistake of the trip and used a coupon for an Econolodge. The place was a dump! The redeeming feature of Salina was Martinelli's Little Italy where we had an excellent meal.
2 May, Saturday, ...
Hi Everyone. I am writing from Aurora in New York State.
Today it was time to leave Sheldon's house and pack up our bags again. Sheldon was driving us to Toronto so we said a goodbye to Laura and set off in his car. First stop was the discount mall in Pennsylvania. Sheldon bought mum some new sunglasses and I got some cute new clothes. Declan bought some t shirts and two more pairs of shoes. We had some lunch and then back in the car to continue our ...
We rose early, had alight breakfast and were on the road by 7am. The highway was very good, light traffic most of the way and straight! We arrived in Niagara Falls around 3.30, settled in and then walked to our first views of the Falls. They are every bit as amazing as I imagined. We had dinner at Johnny Rocker's after which I retired and Rick and Mum went to the ...
... beautiful gardens.
As we walked along with Harvey he was filling us with details of so many homes. Come to find out he lives in what is called Case Mansion. It is a home that was built between 1929 and 1934 for the inventor, Ted Case.
The Mansion is a home for veterans and others. Not sure why Harvey lives there, maybe he is eccentric, who knows. He offered us to come in and see the Mansion. I was hesitant, but we ...