Extended Stay America - Fishkill - Westage Center
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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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 ...
... at $7. Just crossed the state line and we are now in Deleware. Wow another good coffee at High's gas station store. Woot toot. We just crossed the NJ state line and surprise another toll of $27.75. We just crossed the New Jersey state line and yet another toll. $1.50 toll, $6.00 toll, $8.25 toll, $5.25 toll, another toll $10. Oh my $98.35 in toll charges today. We actually drove in the Catskills today and they are indeed very pretty. What an interesting and exciting ...
In the final few days before the kids arrived I found out my camp stead for the rest of the summer.
Camp Hidden Valley has the reservation's Planetarium on the property so our campsteads are named after astrological things. (Boys: Galaxies, Silver Comets and Northern Lights, Girls: Shooting Stars, Sun rays and Supernovas)
I'm a Shooting Star! and our brother campstead is the Silver Comets. During the day the brother ...
... the bridge. We saw West Point and crossed the Bear Mountain bridge. The view was great.
We were cruising down the mountain when we had our second flat. They we followed the mapped route through a horsefly haven. It was sandy and slow. We walked our bikes a bit until the bugs bit and had to get going.
The heat really got going after lunch. We were dripping.
... ok there aren't actual mile markers, just what's written in the guide book) it's starting to seem like each hundred is going slower, even though I've been averaging good miles lately. Maybe in this stretch I'm just feeling the desire to finish.
Clearly by now a hiker this far north has the ability and probably mental fortitude to go all the way. Still, there are so many obstacles! Injury has been my number one thought. Hiking over the rain ...