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I thought all my Christmases had come at once when we went to Rolf’s, loved every minute.
Bridges, towers and sunsets were today’s fare. The weather was perfect as well.
New York is incomplete unless you have a hot dog.
Nothing like shopping at an outlet mall. This one was so huge.
Today was a very memorable day, now the Statue of Liberty holds a special memory for my family.
New York is always busy, and Christmas makes it all the more special.
New York is so Christmasy, it’s hard not to fall in love with it.
A nice quiet day sightseeing around the Boston area, we needed a down day.
We fell in love with the lovely city of Salem, with its rich history and beautiful homes.
The Boston walking tour was very informative, shame it rained most of the day.
Such a lovely drive from Cortland to Boston, we will miss all the snow but look forward to exploring Boston.
This place is definitely a winter wonderland.
There was snow from Niagara to Cortland, such a beautiful drive.
Snow, snow, snow - so beautiful but not in a blizzard.
Longest day driving, oh wait it’s a snow storm.
The Capitol, so amazing and beautiful. A tour is well worth doing.
A beautiful day in Washington DC and a visit to many memorials.
The Rocky Steps - seems popular.
Last full day in Philadelphia and Black Friday sales. So many things still left to see.
Definitely a bucket list item checked off today, watching the thanksgiving day parade.
There’s so much to see, it takes time to take it all in.
Give us a park and some squirrels and we would be entertained for hours.
We’re off to Philly and burr it’s chilly.
Finally it’s here - we’re off on our holiday.
This road trip starts in Philadelphia with thanksgiving then road trip around for four weeks.