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Today we drove to the Vanderbilt mansion in Hyde park. This mansion was one of their smallest, a weekender really, although costing $2.25 miliion in the 1800s!. It was stunning. As they had no children, when they passed away the mansion was given to their niece. She tried to ...
... special visitors who spent the night at his house, such as the King and Queen of England, were ever aware of his paralysis. In his study in this house he met with Winston Churchill to devise the Manhattan Project, later known as the nuclear bomb which ended the war after his presidency!The presidential library was fantastic and we learnt a great deal about this man and American history in general.
Next we drove to the historic town ...
... 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 ...
... decided to ruin it all by barking at passersby and causing major soup spillage on Tim and me. We called it a night and packed up dinner to go, bidding Woodstock farewell after our all too brief visit (a cute little town lined with specialty shops and adorable restaurants). We spent the rest of the evening lounging and conversing on the Andirondack chairs out front. A pleasant night despite the dinner ...
... aforementioned ice cream, pistachio and pina colada. I couldn't finish them, but Tim, in spite of his lack of a sweet tooth, helped me polish off some of it. We returned, tired after a long day of travel, and drifted off to sleep.
This morning we slept in a bit and took the doggies for a morning walk around the grounds. There are a plethora of flowers and garden plants throughout, it is like walking through a painting. No wonder the owner uses this place as ...
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