Comfort Inn Albany / Glenmont
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Banquet room
- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking rooms
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... bus for us short people) and we hiked up the hill. Wouldn't you know it, it is National Monuments Day and we didn't have to pay 12 Euros to visit...we have been very lucky on this trip (well except for Aegean Air...maybe you all should buy their stock??? Their business model might keep all of Greece a float!)
First stop, Mars Hill...this is the place of the first court and jury process...and the apostle Paul told the Greeks all ...
While making sure we had the right street on our Rick Steve's map a local businessman stopped to offer his assistance...and his business card and to show us his jewelry shop which has lovely jewels..."Please come in and see for yourself" while he took my hand...Shades of Spain when we were kanoodled into a leather shop!
Dar took my other hand, thanked him and told him we would be by later...whew Artin Fine Jewels almost ...
... of the supplies can be seen in the photoI have also made a couple travel arrangements:
- Flight from JFK to Auckland
- Flight from Christchurch to Adelaide
- Flight from Adelaide to Melbourne
- New Zealand Intercity 60 hour Flexi bus pass
- Australian Grey Hound hop on hop off bus pass
- Australian 3 ...
... was established in 1791 and was the third of 19 Shaker villages across the northeastern United States. The Shakers closed the village in the 1960s as the religion was dying out. I guess that’s what happens when a religion that preaches celibacy is no longer able to recruit from a dwindling supply of orphaned children.
Hancock is the first Shaker village I’ve visited. I guess I’m quite intrigued by the ...
... State Plaza is still impressively large but was kind of bleak looking on a cloudy day. Built in the 1970s when modernism was in vogue and New York’s public spending ambitions were extravagant, it consists of five towers of state office buildings, a wide open area with reflecting pools between the state capitol building at one end and a cultural center housing the New York State Museum among other things at other. Monument and memorials and abstract art ...