Ardsley Acres Hotel Court

560 Saw Mill River Rd, Ardsley, New York, 10502, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 560 Saw Mill River Rd, Ardsley, is near Lyndhurst, Hudson River, Greenburgh Nature Center & Manor House, and Scholastic Store.
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Travel Blogs from Ardsley

Last Full Day In New York - Making it Count

A travel blog entry by funtravels on Aug 14, 2014

49 photos

Taylor and I were off to go on free walking tour of mid-section of Central Park. Mike's back was hurting and decided to stay back at the hotel. We had to take the Metro again the cost per ride is $2.50 however we have a loaded Metrocard which is so easy to use. Well we arrived 5 minutes late to the meeting place for the start of the walking tour and they were already gone.
So we decided to go for breakfast at Bottega Del Vino on 59th Street We both ...

Tour of Washington DC on Greys Line Bus

A travel blog entry by sherryjayamanne on Jul 29, 2014

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Left hotel at 6.15 am and went by taxi to the pick up point. Our 3 hr journey started at 7.30 am. First stop Delaware for a 20 minute break for breakfast At Washington Start with the three monuments Vietnam Korean Lincoln 59 000 solders died in the Vietnam war and Monumtents dedicated to them. Lincoln was the 16th President White House Madam Tussards Wax Museum- all 44 presidents historical and presidential tour Air and space museum Capital tallest building in WDC 177 metres ...

Day 18 - Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island

A travel blog entry by jenniferstokes on Jul 17, 2014

1 comment, 24 photos

... for 12 days before arriving. She went to find more records on the Ellis Island database but could not find any record of him. She searched for a long time and finally found his name in the records spelled incorrectly, Antoni Parenibski. She knew that there were people on Ellis Island that could help you research your ancestors while you were there so she asked me to see if I could get it corrected. This was important to her as it is a lasting record ...

Tired Bunnies

A travel blog entry by holzerd on Jun 26, 2014

Hi everyone, Two very tired, very very tired bunnies having dinner perched on the end of our bed. The rose is going down very, very well. We have spent many hours on our bottoms and our feet. The latter walking through the north to middle of Central Park and previous to that hop on bus around the park, through Harlem, the Bronx and then to Yankee Stadium and ...

First Day

A travel blog entry by jrouth22 on Jun 02, 2014

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... up at the sky at airplanes passing by. “Why do they fly so low?” she asked. “It still startles me every day.” I asked Maxine after the tour if she is afraid of flying. “Three or four years after the attacks, you couldn’t get me on a plane unless I was drunk or drugged,” she said. Spent the rest of the evening walking around and here I am now in the study lounge with my feet ...