West Lane Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... terribly during the war and fell into a state of abandonment and neglect as the war ended. Post war, Irvington recovered quickly, became the nexus of a popular ferry service across the Hudson (River), attracted such notables as Washington Irving and later, once rail service had been established, began to lure wealthy New Yorkers who were attracted to Irvington's cool summer breezes and its riparian setting.
Yesterday morning, rising at Annie/Rob's house, ...
... get off the train. I checked my watch, at which point the guy behind me (eccentric looking, and a tad slurry...) asked for the time. Politely, I told him. Then the conversation started as he asked if I was from London. It was a slightly awkward conversation where he asked lots of slurry questions and I found it difficult to understand him. He then introduced himself as Hugh so I felt I should say who I was (the minimum I might add). Then ...
... to go and what I need to do...
And this is the point at which I fell asleep last night. I woke up at one point and thought I saw a light on. It wasn't enough to make me jump out of bed and finish unpacking.
Overall I had a pretty good night of sleep. I woke up properly at 6.33am and emerged from under the duvet. Unpacking finished and now it's time to head to the archives and see what they have in store for me today.
Inspired by Mark and Patti's wonderful travel blog, I thought I would try using the same technology to share some pictures with you.
Attached are pictures from Michael's pre-prom on Friday evening, June 14th. The next entry will be pictures his graduation ceremony on June 16th.
If this works, we may share more pictures this way
Paul and Sharon
... vista over the Hudson Valley. Unfortunately, they don’t allow
photos of the interior, but I made up for with photos of the beautiful gardens
and views over the Hudson. Kykuit is a National Trust property which means it
is historically preserved, but it is still the family estate for members of the
Rockefeller family. The Rockefellers were also renowned art collectors, and
many of their acquisitions grade the gardens ...