74 State, An Ascend Hotel Collection Member
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I have never used a bus pass like these so I will keep you posted how they work out.
... we were even able to help the team make John Cabot University Athletics history. Unfortunately, the season doesn't end completely until the Spring, so we will sadly not be able to participate in playoffs.
In my semester at John Cabot University, I was able to expand my knowledge by taking my sixth year of Spanish, by taking my first ever art class (Renaissance Art is the most excruciatingly boring topic and I recommend it to nobody), by taking yet another interesting semester ...
... particles on the should of Washington Avenue Extension, rounding the corner and up over the Thruway to get to the Pinebush.
Once I got off the major highway onto Old State Road, I put on my long-sleeve bright yellow shirt so I could be seen better since it was getting late - not dark, not even dusk exactly, but late. I passed one Kings Road sign and regretted not taking a photo so I was happy when I saw the second one. I took a photo of the Albany Pine ...
... was established in 1791 and was the third of 19 Shaker villages across the northeastern United States. The Shakers closed the village in the 1960s as the religion was dying out. I guess that’s what happens when a religion that preaches celibacy is no longer able to recruit from a dwindling supply of orphaned children.
Hancock is the first Shaker village I’ve visited. I guess I’m quite intrigued by the ...
... State Plaza is still impressively large but was kind of bleak looking on a cloudy day. Built in the 1970s when modernism was in vogue and New York’s public spending ambitions were extravagant, it consists of five towers of state office buildings, a wide open area with reflecting pools between the state capitol building at one end and a cultural center housing the New York State Museum among other things at other. Monument and memorials and abstract art ...