Mount Airy Casino Resort
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We got to Lafayette for an info session and tour. The info sessions focused very much on Lafayette proud focus on the broad focus of a liberal arts education and the importance of this type of schooling. Felt very similar to the Tufts presentation which was ...
... we will leave snow behind us tomorrow. We are ready to hit the road again. Take off time should be around 9:00, we are packing a lunch from Frettas Italian Food Specialties, an authentic Salumeria now operated by fourth generation, Joseph. His ancestors established Frettas in 1906 in Little Italy, New York. As I said lots of history.
It is 1 degree today, we have just gone over 1000 km. many more to go!
... your sister!". Good show Carrie! The Hotel Fauchere, established in 1852 sits in the heart of the Village. Louis Fauchere, Swiss born, is the Founder of the Inn and was a Master Chef at Delmonicos in New York. Delmonicos was famous for the Lobster Newburgh recipe and of course Delmonico steaks. In Canada this cut of beef is a New York strip loin. He wanted people to follow him, he was 87 miles outside of the city. It worked! He turned the Inn into a stylish summer destination ...
... a view of this waterfall. Although not particularly big, it was a very scenic waterfall and worth the short hike from Raymondskill. About half way back, we got on the yellow-and-white-blazed Logger Path to make a loop back to the parking area. We turned right on Cliff Trail and made a short stop at the Tri-State Overlook. A break in the trees provided nice views of the Delaware River below, and based on the name, I assume we could see ...
We are still in Milford, Pennsylvania which, happily, is also the home of Blue Stone Studio where David and Joann Greenbaum display their gorgeous pottery and artwork. Some of David's pottery has been manipulated so artfully, that it's difficult to believe it is clay and not marble or glass. He doesn't apply any glazes, but instead uses multiple firings, oxidation and burnishing processes along with etching and throwing ...