Comfort Inn & Suites

20 Saw Mill River Rd., Hawthorne, New York, 10532, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 20 Saw Mill River Rd., Hawthorne, is near Kykuit, Lyndhurst, Philipsburg Manor, and Sunnyside.
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    Day 32 - Hunting for Chocolate and Packing

    A travel blog entry by jenniferstokes on Jul 31, 2014

    10 photos

    ... find it. There were about 10 people there handing out free samples of a popsicle they were promoting. I had to keep walking by them as I was looking for this place. I refused a popsicle from at least five people and a few of them I turned down more than once. These popsicle people were really pushy. I don't enjoy popsicles because they always melt faster than I can eat them and then drip on me and make a sticky mess. I was getting ...

    Day 24 - Union Square and the East Village

    A travel blog entry by jenniferstokes on Jul 23, 2014

    25 photos

    ... Most establishments have a restroom for customers only and the often have a lock on them that requires a code. You can only get the code on your receipt after you buy something. I'm convinced that is the only reason most of the cafes in NYC are able to stay open. They know people will pay $3 for a croissant when they are in desperation to relieve the call of nature. If there isn't a lock, there is inevitably a line six people deep and no one is in a hurry. ...

    A long day!

    A travel blog entry by tracks_travel on Jul 13, 2014

    5 photos

    ... MISSION: Cathy has decided that we will take public transport to Manhattan. We set off and take the sky train to Jamica Station. Things have moved on since we were last here. No more Inspector Dibble types and rusty fire hydrants. A new driveless train skims past the 7 Terminals at JFK. TECHNO BAFFLED. More consternation as we try and negotiate the Blue line (E) subway - with several bags. Only 24 stops to PENN STATION!!! We could have been sitting in the comfort of an air ...

    Marea, a Guide and Jane

    A travel blog entry by clgs on Jun 21, 2014

    20 photos

    ... staff. It is a very slick, but calm and peaceful operation ... truly a great place to dine. Without breakfast we decided to go for the two course option, which somehow eventually became three. Ooops!! So we started thus: Craig: Assaggio di tre - tasting of three crudo (ie raw fish) which was fresh and tasty, and accompanied by a glass of Verdicchio which tasted a little similar to a Pinot Grigio maybe. Me: Zuppa - chilled pistachio soup, ...

    Day Five NYC

    A travel blog entry by mimkat on May 09, 2014

    22 photos

    ... and Renoir as well as Rodin Sculptures (as per Met brochure). Edwina and I were starting to get a bit tired at this stage so regrettably it was time to go. We wound our way back down through a multitude of exhibitions, only looking briefly at a bit of this and a bit of that on our way through which included some pop art and modern american art which was great. My only disappointment is that we just didn't have enough time to ...