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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Ship Motel Alexandria Bay
Nice little party
town during the weekend I would imagine. Not to busy @ during the first Monday of the month. Good food. In bed by 10 pm.
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... people. I am not going to dispute this, except for one case: a hockey game (just to make clear, I am only talking about the players, not the public). It is an incredibly fast and quite a rough sport. I think I managed to see the puck for about 10 percent of the total game (and this is probably still optimistic). Also, there is a substantial amount of pushing and other phsyical contact involved. The game exists out of three periods, of which I spent the first one being amazed ...
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... soon passed, and after numerous goodnights and well-wishes from the group, we finished our night off at Emily’s place with some more Canadian beer, Bundt cake, and a hot chocolate with marshmallows to watch the third Stanley Cup play-off between Chicago and Boston. I only watched up to the end of my hot chocolate though, I’m afraid all that horseshoe throwing took it out of me, but hopefully they'll bring me good luck.
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