Barclay Heights Bed & Breakfast at Smythe House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... car & up the road to the Culinary Institute of America (CIA). The most beautiful campus & again on the Hudson River. Plenty of students walking around between classes, all wearing the check pants, white tunic & clogs. It was also super busy because there was a graduation ceremony. We had lunch at the Apple Pie Bakery cafe, I had quiche & salad & Fray had pumpkin soup. We shared a coconut, salted caramel brioche donut for dessert. ...
... the free breakfast. Disaster! All that **** American stuff - premade omlettes, muffins, cakes, pancakes. Blah! We got the last 2 (maybe the only 2) tubs of yoghurt (no real fruit in this variety), a banana & some cereal. Everyone else was eating the hot stuff. Hotel dropped us at Hertz & we're in business driving a navy Jeep. Fray had practised driving in Canada so she took the wheel. There are tolls, the traffic is light, we have snacks, it's all good. We stopped at a ...
... I didn't find a nice handhold and began to get scared of the possibility of falling and swinging. If I were to fall, I would definitely fall down and over like a pendulum and I had a moment of sheer terror.
I did not want to let go, I did not want to fall, but I couldn't move up and left because I didn't feel confident on the hand holds. I was getting tired and I was pulling ******* the hand jam in the crack and I was started to breathe quickly and well, ...
... I am trying to remember where we saw the other servants quarters - could it have been the Gould house? There seems to be more recognition of the role the servants played in the historical sites. We were to hear and see how the Irish servant women lived in several different houses on our tour of New York.
... outing to Olana for the group this sunday but there were not enough takers so it was cancelled and oddly, there we were, four of us! Including Emma. Emma and I had to run because our house tour was just about to begin. I really enjoyed the tour and the description of the Churches' life there. Then we headed back home.