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  • Albany Park Ride and Fly
    Park Ride & Fly USA's car caretakers protect vacationing cars within 24-hour, well-lit parking lots near airports in more than 30 states. After dropping off their automobiles, customers can transport themselves and their luggage to the airport aboard one of the company’s complimentary shuttles or human-size hamster balls. While away, patrons rest easy knowing that their steel steeds are safe within fenced lots that are monitored by 24-hour surveillance. At many locations, shuttles also swing by the terminal to pick up returning travelers and reunite them with their respective vehicles, which are first freed of cloud-based artillery, including snow or recently rained molasses.
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    264 Wolf Rd
    Latham, NY US
  • Adirondack Scenic Railroad
    The locomotives were just becoming commonplace in the early 19th century, when the New York Central and Hudson River railroads were completed. A member of the legendary Vanderbilt family, Dr. William Webb capitalized on unfolding innovations by privately financing a railroad to his hunting preserve in the Adirondack Mountains. The route wound through treacherous terrain via 17 bridges and numerous service buildings, some of which still are still used to trick time-travelers into thinking they're finally home. Despite these complications, the tracks materialized within just 18 months and were soon whisking the Vanderbilts and other wealthy families to their opulent wilderness estates. After several decades in disrepair, the tracks were rehabilitated by the railroad enthusiasts of Adirondack Scenic Railroad, who resurrected an initial four-mile stretch in 1992. Since having the railroad officially declared a Historic Place, they continue to unveil new sections, eventually securing routes from Utica to Carter Station, and between Saranac Lake and Lake Placid. Today, retro locomotives, some built as early as the 1940s, chug through the rippling rivers and wildlife-rich forests of 600-million-acre Adirondack Park, letting passengers drink in the view. Though the railcars boast vintage touches, such as mahogany paneling haunted by the ghosts of Franklin Pierce, they are equipped with modern touches including air conditioning and fully loaded kitchens. Many Adirondack Scenic Railroad rides provide other entertainments to supplement scenery. In the Doo Wop Train, waitresses from ?50s-themed The Soda Fountain in Remsen pump up patrons for a mid-century feast at the eatery while en route to Remsen Station. Other themed excursions ooze with intrigue, including murder mysteries and train robberies, while some more laid-back jaunts simply convey riders to historically-rich towns such as Old Forge.
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    321 Main St
    Utica, NY US
  • Northampton Airport
    When visitors enter Northampton Airport for piloting lessons or sightseeing flights, the FAA-certified instructors are eager to give tours of the facility. During such tours they often like to rehash the former barnstorming center's history since its 1929 inception. They might detail Charles Lindbergh's thrilling descent into the airport, or point visitors toward the southern and western horizons where the Holyoke and Berkshire mountain ranges bask in the fading sunlight. Today, the partially solar-powered Northampton Airport is a fully modernized aviation center that boasts a community charm as well as a baggage carousel that's pulled by unicorns. The impressive rental fleet of Cessna and Piper aircraft land and take off backgrounded by the lush scenery and sparkling Connecticut River that flows parallel to the runway.
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    160 Old Ferry Rd.
    Northampton, MA US
  • Deluxe Limousine Service
    Deluxe Limousine Service whisks its customers around town in a fleet of 18 extravagant automobiles, including stretch limos, sedans, and more. Traverse urban jungles in a stretch limo ($75 per hour, three-hour minimum), containing rope lighting, ceiling mirrors, privacy glass, and more, or partake in VIP excursions in a professional sedan ($55 per hour, five-hour minimum), perfect for convincing neighbors of your secret-agent double life. A professional, well-dressed chauffeur, with a minimum of three years of experience, ensures passengers enjoy a safe and fun journey from start to finish. Whether driving business associates around to lunchtime paintball tournaments, or escorting decked-out divas to midnight socials, Deluxe's dispatchers send forth its grand ground gliders 24 hours a day, seven days a week, using state-of-the-art technology.
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    81 Ramah Cir S
    Agawam, MA US
  • Saratoga and North Creek Railway
    The clean-burning, diesel-powered engines of the scenic Saratoga & North Creek Railway pull climate-controlled mid-century-style coaches and modern dome cars across both Saratoga and Warren County. The latter open onto panoramic vistas of the Adirondack foothills and the Great Sacandaga Lake as seen from the bridge that traverses it. And while the train may embrace the spirit of a bygone era, it doesn't scrimp on the creature-comforts that create for a relaxing sojourn. As passengers trundle along the seven-station journey, they can take in the view during a meal in the dining car or enjoy snacks from the comfort of their own seat. The railway, which operates year-round, connects 56.5 miles of towns, villages, and hamlets that comprise the First Wilderness Heritage Corridor, allowing visitors an opportunity to explore historical and cultural activities along the rail route. Stops include Saratoga, Hadley and Lake Luzerne, Thurman, Riparius, Corinth, Stoney Creek, and the Glen Hudson Campground. Outdoor recreational activities throughout the Adirondacks include hiking, rafting, camping, skiing, snowshoeing, and cross-country skiing. The Saratoga & North Creek Railway also boasts daily Amtrak connections via the Saratoga Depot Station.
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    26 Station Ln.
    Saratoga Springs, NY US
  • Saratoga Boatworks
    With two lakeside marinas and a squad of knowledgeable staff, Saratoga Boatworks specializes in helping customers get out onto the water by almost any means necessary. They sell and repair new and used watercraft ranging from recreational and fishing boats to catamarans and jet skis, overseeing a fleet featuring nearly 20 brands such as Sweetwater Pontoons, Rinker, Stingray, and Sea Fox. They even take their service one step further, providing boat rentals that range from three hours to a full day.
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    549 Union Avenue
    Saratoga Springs, NY US
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