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saratoga, day 4 – brunswick & jumpin jacks

The Brunswick Bed and Breakfast was the perfect place to stay in Saratoga.

Our host, Kirk, was extremely gracious and cooked us a wonderful breakfast each morning, including blueberry waffles on our last day there!  YUM!

Our room was great!  Very spacious with a comfy bed and a jacuzzi!

We spent a lot of time relaxing on the wonderful porch…it sure is tough to be back to reality now!

We headed out for a quick 40 minute run/walk yesterday morning to take in the scenery before we hit the road.  It is so nice to explore a new city by running, I love it!

Before leaving Saratoga, we stopped in town to pick up some sandwiches for lunch.  We decided to try out The Bread Basket Bakery.

It was cute inside…the pastries looked amazing!

But, I went with an amazing sandwich instead – Spit and Spat Special.

And, I bought some freshly baked bread for the week!

We packed up our sandwiches in the car and ate them while enjoying the sunshine once lunch time rolled around.

This sandwich was just as amazing as it sounds!

Then, we hit up our favorite Ice Cream spot while at Union – Jumpin’ Jack’s!!

And, they had our favorite flavor soft serve – Pistachio!!

Happy last day of vacation!

We had a few errands to run on our way home, so we made a quick stop at Upper Crust Pizzeria for dinner – Greek Salad and Pizza!

Back to the grind!

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union college memories

We stopped by Union College (our alma mater) on our way home from Saratoga.  It was fun to see all of the changes that have been made since we graduated in 2003!

The Nott is a historical landmark in Schenectady!

We had such a pretty campus.

West – our freshman year dorm.

Looks like some new building going on here.

Bailey Hall where the majority of my classes were held.

The track and field.

And, the fraternity we frequented the most.

Gamma Phi Beta house.

And, the idol – a landmark on campus that different groups paint…

…which just happened to be painted by Gamma Phi!!

A fun walk down memory lane!