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... I am going to blog and take pictures as I travel and you will Receive notice that there is a new blog post. I have no way of knowing if you ignored it or if you read it, so suit yourself!
Okay, that was my first very interesting blog! See you in delhi. Or Amsterdam if I miss my connection because of the snow. Or Boston if I'm just hanging out at the airport because planes Can't take off.
The Lakeshore Limited from Chicago has destinations to both NY and Boston. What they do is when it gets to Albany they split the train. The first four cars get uncoupled from the NY sections and they continue on to Boston. The second part of the train gets a new locomotive and continues to NY. Since this process takes a little while in Albany we ...
... maintain a SoA blog site detailing the progress. She also will have opportunities to travel to other parts of India.
We wish Erin a very successful and interesting visit!"
You can also find it on my school's website: http://www.arch.rpi.edu/2013/11/2014-in dia-browns-fellowship-winner/
I will be blogging, again, while I am there. It will be called "India Brown's Fellowship," so do not forget to check it out!
Started the day by venturing upwards. Way upwards. Visiting hallowed Hanks/Ryan country. The Empire State Building. Magical stuff. The sun was shining so making our views stunningly beautiful. Worth making the trip across town for. Then onto the car hire place to pick up our ride for the next week. Hardly an American Classic (Ford Fiesta??) but it's enough for us. Then back across to Chinatown in possibly the most crazy car drive I've ever experienced. Americans drive fast ...
... part. It was sprinkling when we left. We stopped at a beach so we could get a few pics of the beach and Atlantic ocean.
We headed for Newport, Rhode Island. There are a bunch of mansions that you can tour there from the late 1800's and into the early 1900's. One house in particular, called, The Breakers, was owned by the Vanderbuilt family. Oh my God, I ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free parking