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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 ...
... The dutch influence was very obvious here and the town was quaint and very beautiful! Here we saw the oldest operating hotel in the USA, the Beekman Inn.
This afternoon we drove to Kingston, to chase some of my family history. We visited the Old Senate House in Kingston, the nations's first capitol and home of the first senate. Captain Daniel Brodhead, My Great, Great, etc.........Grandfather was sent out with the Duke Of York's Men to ...
... by, followed by the Museums, Rockafellar Building, the Flatiron Building and the Italian Quarter for a poor, provided lunch. However canolli and coffee lift our disappointment On through Wall Street to arrive at South Pier. A wait in the shade and then embarcation on our sightbseeing boat. Out into the Hudson River, views of Brooklyn Bridge and then past lower Manhattan with its towering buildings. Finally turning to head out to the ...
... Take in what is surrounding them, take in what they have accomplished, see what barriers they have shattered, what expectations they have exceeded.
Whisper in their young ear: You really are here! You belong here!
This will be a lifetime memory. Hopefully a touchstone, that they will use for the rest of their lives. I hope they fall in love with the Fringe, they way I have.
The Journey Begins! ...
... br> R.V. parks are non-existent in the areas of NY where we stayed, but we had lots of offers to park in the driveways of friends and family. Our first night (and a few scattered after that) was spent in the parking lot of our old friends Lisa, Pat and Alan's offices (where I used to have my company) on Smith Avenue in Mt. Kisco. It brought back old times walking into town and having dinner with friends at Marcellas ...