Bavarian Manor Country Inn & Restaurant
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Beverage Selection
- Free parking
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... a smattering of restaurants, one of which we chose due to the proximity of a picnic table at which could sit & eat with the dogs. After scarfing down an ahi tuna poke tower and chicken wrap we started on our trek home. I'm sure Tim would have liked to have been able to complete the race, but as a whole, the weekend was a nice detox from work and life in ...
Quick jaunt into Woodstock--"quick" being the operative word here. We found a supposedly dog-friendly spot online (Bringfido.com) but was told upon arrival that only service dogs were allowed. Debbie Downer. They did, however have an outdoor picnic table where the happy hour crowd usually congregates so we decided to order at the bar and dine there instead. Our food arrived and we commenced to eating until ...
... I searched on my phone for things to do in the area with the dogs during the next hour or two. I found a nearby hiking trail that looked promising and drove out to the Elm Ridge Trail.
As we started on our hike, I looked down at my strappy, open-toed sandals, thankfully flat, and crossed my fingers that the terrain wasn't too terribly rugged. I decided to take the out-and-back Escarpment path (the "Fun Loops" looked fun indeed, but with my luck, I'd take ...
... so we decided to stop for a visit. The Hall of Fame was located conveniently right next to the exit. Inside we found lots of photos and memorabilia dating from the early days of boxing to the present. One of the interesting things was a collection of castings of boxers fists. George Foreman's fist was the second largest. I'd watched quite a bit of boxing with Karl, so there were lots of people I recognized, ...
Departure from Nyack (we got dropped off just a bit out of NYC to avoid traffic) went well. We cycled approximately 65 km (40 miles). It was quite hilly (a lot more than what I am used to) but we eventually made it to Beacon, NY where we camped for the night in someone's backyard.
Second day was a bit easier, still hilly but not as steep. We also cycled approximately 65 km (40 miles) from Beacon to Rhinebeck, ...