Yogi Bear's Jellystone Park at Lazy River
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- Reduced mobility rooms
- Outdoor pool
- Microwave in room
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- High-speed internet in room
- Swimming pool
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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 ...
... wait another few hours for him to finish. I've done it numerous times before (and will again, no doubt) but I enjoyed being able to delight in a few more hours at the cottage with nothing to do and nowhere to be.
After packing up the cars & the pups, we headed to Kingston, NY for lunch. It's not much of a town, but they do have a nice little ...
... 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 ...
... and sidled up alongside his sister, taking co-lead. I can't say I didn't have the occasional thought of being disemboweled by a bear, but mostly I took pleasure in the serene silence of the woods and observing the sun dappled forest milieu. I was disappointed when it was time to head back, but I didn't want to miss the end of Tim's race.
Back at Windham Mountain, we waited at the finish line until Tim crossed, his face determined but his body, I imagine, ...