Madison Suites Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Free parking
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Friday we travelled from Binghamton down through up state New York. We were very taken with lush green countryside, well tended gardens both public and private.
We took a slight detour to explore the region famous for hiking, camping and snow sports called The Catskill Mountains. It must be beautiful in Autumn or Fall with so many varieties of trees.
Onward down to where we were going to stay in New Jersey, a delightful place called Montvale. ...
... Park for about an hour chatting with my friend Suzanne. After our chat it was time to find some lunch. I had a few hours before going to a movie I wanted to see so I walked over to the East Village to try a few places that were on my list. The East Village is known for being an edgy neighborhood of artists and punks but is now a mix of people and is a little more trendy. It's still a little bit more of a gritty area, but there are a million fantastic places ...
... I was now in DUMBO and needed to get some lunch before I made my way over the bridge. I walked down to the closet bustling block and found lots to do! This was a nice little area so after a quick lunch at a deli, I decided to explore. I stopped in at a clothing store called Brooklyn Industries and found a colorful skirt. I looked through a bookstore that seemed like it used to be some sort of warehouse. Then I happened upon Jacques Torres Chocolate. ...
... I was trying to find. Once I realised, I had to retrace and walk another ten blocks in the right direction. I'd say I walked at least 40 blocks today. I also discovered that on Saturdays, a whole section of street from Times Square is closed off for street markets - food and many other types of stalls. So many people! Not sure if it was Broadway or 7th Avenue. Will have to go back with ...
... the amount of stuff that they pulled out of that tomb and a little sad as well. After that we went our separate ways and went straight up to the 19th and 20th Century European Paintings and sculpture display. This exhibition displayed "European paintings, mainly French, Romanticism to Post-impressionism. Works by Picasso, Matisse, Courbet, Degas, Manet, Van Gogh, Gauguin and Seurat, with galleries dedicated to Cezanne, ...